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How Generative AI Will Enable Personalized Learning Experiences

Campus Technology

Kim Round, associate dean of the Western Governors University School of Education, about the potential of technologies like ChatGPT for learning, the need for AI literacy skills, why learning experience designers have a leg up on AI prompt engineering, and more.

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Checkmate: Chess as a Catalyst for Shaping a Collective Learning Experience in Curriculum

Faculty Focus

As assistant professor and instructional designer, we decided to provide students with a collective learning experience during the first two weeks of the semester—students would learn about the game of Chess while also learning about the essential components of a curriculum.

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What To Do When A Modality of A Learning Experience is Unclear? –  New WCET Paper

WCET Frontiers

Nicole Johnson’s new WCET-sponsored paper addresses the basic question: “ What to do when a modality of a learning experience is unclear ?” Nicole Johnson is the Executive Director of the Canadian Digital Learning Research Association (CDLRA).

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Checkmate: Chess as a Catalyst for Shaping a Collective Learning Experience in Curriculum

Faculty Focus

I collaborated with a colleague, and we decided to provide students with a collective learning experience during the first two weeks of the semester—students would learn about the game of Chess while also learning about the essential components of a curriculum. For many, they did not have much experience with Chess.

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4 ways video creates better learning experiences while AI-proofing the assessment

Higher Ed Dive

No matter what side of the AI debate you’re on … Now is the time to redefine assessment practices.

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Offering Online Students a Front Row Learning Experience

Campus Technology

At some point in our academic careers, most of us have found ourselves stuck in the back of an overcrowded lecture hall. Too far from the presenter to see or hear much of anything, it wasn't long before we lost interest, started on other work, or took a nap.

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3 Questions for Kelly Heuer, VP of Learning Experience at edX (a 2U Company)

Inside Higher Ed

Q: Can you help us understand what a VP of learning experience does? A: I lead a small team of learning designers and product strategists focused on online learning innovation. How did your graduate training prepare you (or not) for the role?