FLO Panel: Artificial Intelligence in Post-Secondary Education, a B.C. Perspective

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Artificial intelligence (AI) has emerged as one of the most powerful agents of change in higher education. It presents all educators in B.C. with myriad of opportunities as well as academic, ethical, and legal challenges. BCcampus would like to offer a space for a vibrant conversation with diverse scholars from B.C. post-secondary institutions about how AI is inextricably intertwined with the future of education.

In this 90-minute panel-discussion, we will explore:

  • AI and its avenues to teaching and learning
  • AI as a tool with opportunities
  • AI as a tool with issues of ethics, ownership, and academic integrity
  • Unanswered questions, conversations, and research to be conducted
  • Daring recommendations for the way forward

Our panelists for this event are Jenell Davies (she/her), student; Christian Schmidt (he/him), open scholarship librarian, University of Victoria; Fizza Haider (she/her), learning designer, University of the Fraser Valley; Lucas Wright (he/him), edtech developer, University of British Columbia.