Focus on AI in EDUCAUSE Horizon Report Teaching and Learning 2023 Edition

2023 EDUCAUSE Horizon Report Teaching and Learning Edition

ÔÇťArtificial Intelligence (AI) has taken the world by storm, with new AI-powered tools such as ChatGPT opening up new opportunities in higher education for content creation, communication, and learning, while also raising new concerns about the misuses and overreach of technology”

Used the report as content for a first exploration of the AI-application of ‘ChatPDF’ ebabling you to upload any PDF and then interrogate it using a ChatGPT type interface.

Interesting (and reassuring) to find stressed several times that, at the of the day:

Overall, the report suggests that emerging technologies have the potential to transform teaching and learning by providing more personalized, flexible, and engaging experiences for students. However, it also emphasizes the importance of pedagogical practices in driving change within institutions. Therefore, educators should focus on developing their pedagogical expertise in order to effectively integrate these technologies into their teaching practice.

Find the result of my quick check here (added some questions of my own to the three app-generated suggestions)

Credit: Intellias.com

PDF: Welcome to the 2023 EDUCAUSE Horizon Report Teaching and Learning Edition! This report is packed with valuable insights and information about the latest trends and innovations in education technology.

Example questions:

  1. What are some of the key trends and challenges highlighted in the report?
  2. How can educators and institutions use the information in this report to improve teaching and learning outcomes?
  3. Are there any specific technologies or tools mentioned in the report that are particularly promising for the future of education?

Me: Are there any specific technologies or tools mentioned in the report hat are particularly promising for the future of language education?

PDF: I’m sorry, but the report does not specifically mention any technologies or tools that are particularly promising for the future of language education. However, it does identify six key technologies and practices that are anticipated to have a significant impact on the future of teaching and learning in general.

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