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Artifical Intelligence in Distance Education by Lisa Hammershaimb and Peggly Lynn MacIsaac

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Our EDDE 801 presentation for Athabasca University's EdD in Distance Education

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Artifical Intelligence in Distance Education by Lisa Hammershaimb and Peggly Lynn MacIsaac

  1. 1. artificial intelligence in distance education Peggy lynn macisaac lisa hammershaimb october 8, 2013 edde 801
  2. 2. goals create space for dynamic dialogue and ideation demystify the adobe connect interface Evaluate appropriate use of AI in DE
  3. 3. a b c d
  4. 4. gami discussion How was your learning process? How do you identify with your avatar? How does knowing the creator impact viewing their avatar? Do the visuals enhance or distract from engagement?
  5. 5. artificial intelligence Computer-based systems to assist human learning.
  6. 6. {technology}
  7. 7. io d text au ideo v {technology carries media}
  8. 8. radio broadcast (for education) “I propose to consider the question, ‘Can machines think?’ BBC broadcasts Insects in Relation to Man adult education program. historical background 1924 1930’s 16 mm film john mccarthy Educational films are widely used in schools. “Every aspect of learning or any other feature of intelligence can in principle be so precisely described that a machine can be made to simulate it.” alan turing “Can machines imitate human communication using a text-based media?” 1950 1956 national education television American non-commercial education network founded. 1952 1970 Jaime Carbonell “A mixed-initiative dialogue between student and computer is possible with questions and answers from both sides.”
  9. 9. computer based systems “black box” Replicate human behavior; Approximate the outcomes of human behavior “white box” Model human behavior; Imitate the processes underlying human behavior to investigate human behavior joint activity Augment human behavior; Artificial partner for joint human activity
  10. 10. replicate model augment
  11. 11. agent based systems pedagogical Learner summons agent when help is needed peer-learning Learner partners with or competes against agent in simulated environments demonstrating Learner programs agent to observe the impact of actions and movements
  12. 12. avatar
  13. 13. avatar
  14. 14. adopting technology
  15. 15. bates “ We need some sort of analytical framework to enable skilled decision making about the appropriate use of medi and technology in distance education and e-learning. “
  16. 16. We can actively embed our values in our relationships with technology
  17. 17. We can actively embed our values in our relationships with technology Sanskrit avatara ava means down and tarmeans to pass over
  18. 18. We can actively embed our values in our relationships with technology Can machines imitate human communication using a text based media? Sanskrit avatara ava means down and tarmeans to pass over
  19. 19. We can actively embed our values in our relationships with technology Can machines imitate human communication using a text based media? Sanskrit avatara ava means down and tarmeans to pass over ?

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