Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies can improve access to learning, and emphasize key focus areas to improve the learning process. The presence of an instructor in the digital learning environment is important and the rise of AI technologies is perceived to replace instructors in digital learning environments. While there are several benefits to AI technologies in digital learning, instructor presence continues to be of utmost importance for the learner. This presentation focuses on the intersection between existing and emerging AI technologies and the instructor’s presence, role and participation in the digital environment.
About the Presenter:
Rachael Afolabi RoyesExecutive Director
Center for Digital Learning and Innovation
Hub for Workforce Development and Innovation
Rachael Afolabi Royes has worked in the field of education learning and web applications and design technologies for the past decade. She is currently the Dean of Online and Digital Learning, and Adjunct Faculty at Carlow University. Previously, Rachael worked in the corporate sector (Deloitte LLP., Accenture LLP., Motorola Solutions, etc.) as an Instructional Designer and Lead Training Developer overseeing several forms of interactive digital course design and developments, digital learning project implementations and learning management system administration.
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