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AI: Teaching and learning with or about GIS

06-02-2023 07:43 AM
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andrew-neel-CVfAqFRYjb0-unsplash.jpgArtificial Intelligence (AI) is impacting nearly every aspect of life whether we know it or not.  At the upcoming Education Summit at the Esri User Conference, we will hold a special interest group on AI in teaching and learning (Saturday, July 8 at 830am in Grand Ballroom 4).  The intent of the SIG is to bring educators together to discuss how they are using AI, how they might want to use AI, or concerns about AI in teaching in learning.  While GeoAI is an aspect of the conversation, we hope to have broader conversations – such that elementary teachers or grad school professors can equally gain from the conversations.

To help set a strong context for this SIG meeting, we’re asking for community input now – regardless of your attendance at the Education Summit.  We’re asking for two minutes of your time, whether you knowingly use AI or not, to complete this short survey.  All data (save for email addresses) will be released at about the time of the Education Summit. This should give you an opportunity to see what your education colleagues are thinking about AI and what they’re doing with it.

We ask that only educators (K12, higher education, or informal) complete the survey with respect to their professional work.

Many, many thanks!

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