Generative AI in Higher Education

This course is designed for anyone interested in learning more about the impact generative AI is having on higher education. This course aims at academics, teachers, and other educators, university professional services staff, policy makers and students and it will help them understand the uses and limitations of generative AI, it will help them to address these challenges and harness its potential for higher education. The short course covers the following topics:

  1. Grasping the basics of AI and generative AI
  2. Identifying capabilities and limitations
  3. Ethics, access and sustainability
  4. AI in teaching and learning
  5. Understanding AI in assessment and evaluation
  6. AI and its impact on employment and society

This self-paced online short course is designed for anyone with an interest in Higher Education (HE) and Artificial Intelligence (AI). The course is fully online and will take altogether 6 hours spread over twee weeks time. The course is lead by Dr. Martin Compton, programme and assessment design at King’s College London; Oguz A. Acar, Professor in Marketing & Innovation at King’s Business School, King’s College London and Charlotte Haberstroh, Lecturer in Education at King’s College London.

Learning activityAcquisition
LicenceAll Rights Reserved
InstitutionKing's College London