Does AI give you the creeps? We hosted a 90-minute panel conversation this Halloween to demystify current and future uses of AI in open education. We explored current use-cases, copyright considerations, and a live demo. Underneath the scary costume, AI is just another tool in the educator’s belt.
About our panelists:
- Rachel Bridgewater, Faculty Librarian, Portland Community College and co-facilitator of Copyright First Responders Pacific Northwest. Rachel is a public services librarian with a passion for teaching and sideline in all things copyright.
- Kim Ernstmeyer, Open RN Project Director, Chippewa Valley Technical College. Kim has been a nursing educator for almost 20 years and leads the Open RN project in developing OER textbooks and virtual simulations to promote student success and quality patient care.
- Dominic Slauson, Instructional Technologist, OpenRN; and Learning Experience Designer, University of California Irvine. Dominic is an instructional technologist and designer with over a decade of experience bringing innovative and engaging learning experiences to students.
- David Wiley, Chief Academic Officer at Lumen Learning, adjunct faculty in Instructional Psychology & Technology at Brigham Young University, and Entrepreneur in Residence at Marshall University.