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AI Buzz Dominates Annual Ed-Tech Conference

Speakers and attendees at Educause expressed cautious optimism about the early days of artificial intelligence in higher ed.

Ep. 100: The Key Podcast Hits 100 (Episodes)

Paul Fain and Doug Lederman discuss the podcast’s mission and arc over three years. 

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Few Campus IT Leaders See AI as a Top Priority

Inside Higher Ed’s annual survey of campus IT leaders sheds light on the state of digital transformation, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence and other tech priorities.

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Advisory Boards Aid in Alleviating AI Anxiety

Nearly a year after ChatGPT debuted, hundreds of educators sought advice at the Teaching and Learning With AI conference in Orlando, Fla., this week.

Designing Courseware for Gateway Classes to Produce Equitable Outcomes: Key Podcast

Gateway courses are supposed to clear the path to fields of study, but for millions of students who struggle in...

Ep. 99: Designing Courseware to Produce Equitable Outcomes

Early insights from new "gateway" courses in chemistry and statistics aimed at closing attainment gaps for underrepresented students.

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AI Meets Med School

Adding to academia’s AI embrace, two institutions in the University of Texas system are jointly offering a medical degree paired with a master’s in artificial intelligence.

Michael Smith's Abundant University

Embracing Technology to Advance Equity

A Carnegie Mellon professor argues that higher education needs to embrace technology to help break down barriers to entry for students.