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Liquid Margins 45: AI and the Future of Learning – Trends, Challenges, and Opportunities


Dive into the forefront of educational innovation with our latest Liquid Margins episode, “AI and the Future of Learning – Trends, Challenges, and Opportunities”. 

Scheduled for Thursday, February 15, at 1pm ET, this episode is set to provide an in-depth exploration of the transformative role and evolving impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the educational landscape.

Joined by faculty from SUNY New Paltz, The University of Oklahoma, and College of Western Idaho, in this episode we will explore the advancements, challenges, and significant transformations AI has introduced to education. We’ll also predict the future of AI in education in 2024, with a focus on:

  • The Evolution of AI in Education: Examining the changes and developments in the educational landscape due to AI since our last discussion.
  • Innovations and Impacts: Highlighting key AI advancements and their transformative effects on teaching and learning.
  • Challenges and Solutions: Discussing the obstacles encountered in integrating AI into educational systems and the solutions forged.
  • The Role of Social Annotation in AI: Explore how social annotation can be used to mitigate the challenges of AI in the classroom and enrich learning experiences. 
  • Looking Ahead: Predicting the future of AI in education, exploring expectations and possibilities for educators, students, and administrators.

Regardless of your experience level with social annotation, this episode is designed to offer valuable insights on AI in your classroom and provide strategies for AI and social annotation for 2024. Expect to gain practical tips and immediately applicable strategies for your courses. 


Thursday, February 15
1:00pm–2:00pm EST
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