This webinar is aimed at campus leaders and professionals who support faculty as they transition into the digital learning environment, as well as faculty who face the challenging task of identifying and then learning how to use emerging technological capabilities in a rapidly evolving digital landscape. Specifically, we will
(1) Identify developments in learning technologies designed based on research on learning and applications of Artificial Intelligence that are integrated into Learning Management Systems (LMSs), such as Learning Analytics (LA), and the design of courseware and other digital learning options such as intelligent tutoring systems.
(2) Discuss how these developments have the potential to: (a) actively engage students in their learning and assessment processes, thus developing their agency for learning: and (b) enable faculty continuously to monitor and address students’ learning challenges in a commitment to their equitable success, as well as to examine the efficacy of their educational practices in real time.
We invite participants at the beginning of the webinar to identify their campus roles and raise an initial question related to the focus of this webinar. Along the way we invite you to raise other questions or to share ways in which you are leveraging the potential of redesigned or emerging learning technologies.
Peggy Maki focuses her writing, speaking, and consulting in higher education on the real-time integration of assessment into the processes of teaching and learning. She has written books, articles, and chapters in books on assessment and has conducted over 615 workshops in the US and abroad. She is also the recipient of are Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching.