As part of our mini-series Podcast in AI in Education: Pedagogy first, senior AI specialist Tom Moule speaks with Scott Hayden from Basingstoke College of Technology about they are using AI to support personalised learning.
This event provides a range of presentations and discussion sessions as well as an opportunity to network with colleagues involved in learning analytics developments and other data products and services.
A new report by Jisc has been compiled to help universities, colleges and research institutes think about the ethics of artificial intelligence (AI), and to combat “unfairness” or “unexpected effects” for students and staff in education and research.
Thousands of students and teachers across Wales will benefit from cutting-edge data analytics technology to improve student engagement, retention and performance as a result of a funding boost to be announced today by the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (HEFCW) and Jisc.
From building those in-demand digital skills to tackling digital poverty and agreeing common data standards - data analytics may sounds clinical but it's much more about people than technology, argues Karen Foster.
Charles Baird, data architect at the Data Standards Authority, and Phil Richards, chief innovation officer for data analytics at Jisc, discuss how data standards are developing across government, and their impact on higher education.
Having dropped out of university because of loneliness and depression, Hayley Mulenda – a former speaker at Jisc’s annual Digifest event - says effective use of data analytics and greater diversity of academic staff are crucial in supporting students.