Prof. Nabil El Kadhi participated in the International Digital Symposium on Disruptive Learning Pathways, organized by INSEEC U. Research Center, where he presented his views on the impact of technology & artificial intelligence on teaching, learning and assessment.
Considering the latest developments, Prof. El Kadhi highlighted that the contemporary use of technologies that enabled digital education. Having listed sample tools and platforms, he reflected on KIC’s success in addressing the digital transformation, referring to the associated student engagement in terms of attendance, activity, in-class activity, success in examinations, and virtual absence of technical issues that would potentially compromise the academic journey. He also noted that technology allowed to become student-centric, which is reflected in the increased use of learning resources.
The presentation also touched on the topic of AI in Higher Education. Prof. El Kadhi highlighted its implementation in course delivery, student screening, teaching assistance, high fidelity simulators, and proctoring, in achieving an engaging academic journey. He then pointed out the potential and benefits of AI-enabled curriculum customization.
As the world of higher education is constantly being changed and challenged, International Digital Symposium gathered experts from industry and academia from around the world, the latest educational innovations, and come up with solutions to ensure that students receive the best possible education.
Dr Bryan Maddox (University of East Anglia, UK), Benoit Praly (Domoscio Paris, France), Pr Denise Whitelock (Open University, Milton Keynes, UK), François Stephan (INSEEC U. Paris, France), participated in the discourse and was moderated by Dr Cormac O’Keeffe (INSEEC U., France).