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What’s Next for Ed Tech in 2024

Coming soon: advances in VR and high-tech classrooms, plus even more AI.


Ride the AI Wave: 5 Simple Strategies for Higher Education

Amid the overwhelming noise of AI in every industry, it is vital for campus leaders and marketers to approach AI adoption in a strategic and intentional manner.

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Why You Shouldn’t Use ChatGPT

AI promises efficiency gains, but they come at the cost of alienation, Benjamin Mitchell-Yellin writes.

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AI Won’t Replace Writing Instruction

And here’s why, Mandy Olejnik writes.

Anxiety, Anticipation and Preparation for AI in Higher Ed

In the whirlwind of developments regarding AI, we must move from anxiety to anticipation and preparation for what the future portends.

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Happy (?) First Birthday to ChatGPT

ChatGPT has introduced new tensions to professors’ dual roles as educators and assessors, Jeremy Davis writes.

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How AI Could Address Financial Aid Office Woes

As the offices struggle to give students consistent information about loan repayments and the FAFSA delay, some institutions turn to AI to help.

Preparing for the Unanticipated: AI Applications in Higher Education

Generative AI (GenAI) has emerged and is developing far more rapidly than expected. How should universities prepare for the impact that may not be anticipated?<