- Expert panelists identified AI as a trend and key technology in higher ed, all before ChatGPT exploded
- Beyond AI, however, are trends around students demanding more flexibility, plus political or environmental trends that might influence campus operations
- See related article: IT leaders are critical for a positive student experience
Who knew this century could see an acronym as pervasive, and scary, as COVID-19? Congratulations AI (let’s assume I don’t have to spell that out for you). Its advent has taken over society’s consciousness—for better or worse. And the education space is front and center as either the greatest benefactor or the first victim of our new AI overlords.
Thankfully, the experts involved with the EDUCAUSE 2023 Horizon Report are on the case, clarifying and specifying the potential and pitfalls of not only AI but other ascending models of higher ed learning like Hyperflex. Their methodology as described in the report:…Read More