|This symposium is designed to bring together QSN member institutions to discuss, debate, and shape the future of artificial intelligence in academia.
As we stand at the cusp of a new era in education technology, Generative AI has emerged as a ground breaking tool with the potential to revolutionise teaching methods, research practices, and the overall learning experience. This symposium aims to delve into the multifaceted implications of AI technology in higher education, addressing both the opportunities and challenges it presents.
Our program includes keynote speeches from renowned experts in AI including
Our program includes case studies from sector colleagues from:
This event is not just about understanding what AI can do for us today, but also about shaping how we can responsibly and innovatively use AI in higher education for a better tomorrow. QSN members will have the opportunity to engage in critical discussions about understanding what AI can do for us today, but also about shaping how we can responsibly and innovatively use AI in higher education for a better tomorrow.
This will be a face to face symposium hosted by Leeds Beckett University, please note Leeds Beckett University Headingley Campus is around 2.5miles from Leeds central train station. Please see link to the campus map on page 5.
Venue address: Leeds Beckett University, Headingley Campus, HC JGG30 Great Hall, James Graham Building, Headingley Campus, Leeds, LS6 3QS
Free to QSN season ticket holders | £100 to Institutional Members |
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Arrival & Registration
Welcome and introduction
Maureen McLaughlin, QSN Chair and Academic Registrar and Director of Student, Library and Academic Services, Northumbria University, Newcastle
Michael Webb, Director of Technology and Analytics and Sue Attewell, Head of AI and Co-Design, JISC.
Lightning Talk: How has the University of Liverpool’s approach to GenAI in terms of academic integrity affected assessment strategies used within the institution
Claire Ellison and Sam Saunders, Educational Developers, The University of Liverpooll
Lightning Talk: Reflections on Generative AI at LSBU
Andy Unger, Associate Professor, Head of Academic Division Law Lucia Otoyo, Associate Professor, Deputy Head of CSI Division, London South Bank University
Lightning Talk: It’s natural to be apprehensive towards AI
Lois Blackwell, Lecturer, BA (Hons) Interior Design and Leanne Fitton, Learning Enhancement and Education Development Officer, Manchester Metropolitan University
Lunch and networking
Lightning Talk: Curio Group
Lightning Talk: ‘Facilitating AI literacy development across King’s College London’
Dr Martin Compton, AI and Innovation in Education Lead | King’s Academy, KCL
Reflections on Lightning Talks
Table DiscussionTopic 1: feedback on plans for QSN 2024 conference
Topic 2: “Navigating AI Detection Tools in Higher Education: Challenges and Perspectives for UK, International and Transnational Students”
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