Advisory Boards Aid in Alleviating AI Anxiety (Inside Higher Ed)
When it comes to artificial intelligence and higher ed, the excitement and hype are matched by the uncertainties and need for guidance. One solution: creating an AI advisory board that brings together students, faculty and staff for open conversations about the new technology.
That was a key idea presented at the University of Central Florida’s inaugural Teaching and Learning With AI conference, a two-day event that drew more than 500 educators from around the country.
AI has had a “breakout year,” said Ray Schroeder, a senior fellow at UPCEA (and a contributor to Inside Higher Ed). Schroeder, who has recently focused on the intersection of AI and higher education, opened the conference seeking to help faculty, administrators and staff attempt to navigate the choppy waters of AI.