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TeacherMatic Pilot – An Overview of Generating Resources Using Generative AI in Further Education

About Jisc’s Artificial Intelligence Program of Pilots Jisc’s Artificial Intelligence team provides resources and guidance to facilitate the ethical and effective adoption of AI across the sector. A key area of the team’s work is running pilots of promising AI tools and products with Jisc members. These pilots provide members with the opportunity to gain […]

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Advice and Guidance

AI Literacy Webinar Series for Inset Training Weeks in June

With the ever-changing world of AI, it is difficult to keep up and stay on top of the changes. To help, we have put together a series of 5 webinars to explore Generative Artificial Intelligence (GenAI) in education. We understand that the last few weeks of the term can offer a bit of breathing space […]

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Advice and Guidance

Our First Artificial Intelligence Drop-In Clinic

At the start of May, we held our first Artificial Intelligence drop-in clinic. The session lasted for an hour and focused on providing a space to ask questions about AI in education. The drop-in clinics will run each month and complement our AI literacy series of monthly webinars. The idea is that you can simply […]

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Product Pilots

TeacherMatic HE Pilot – Using TeacherMatic in the Higher Education Space

Following our pilot of TeacherMatic with eight Further Education (FE) colleges, we decided to explore its potential within the Higher Education (HE) sector. In early 2024, we launched a new pilot with seven universities: University College Birmingham, Stranmillis University College, University of Chester, University of East Anglia, University of Strathclyde, University of Sunderland and University […]

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Advice and Guidance

Artificial Intelligence drop-in clinic

To complement our AI Literacy sessions, we are running a series of monthly practical drop-in clinics. The idea is that you can simply drop in and ask questions about how to use AI tools and anything about the AI literacy training and future training needs. We will be running the drop-in clinics each month. The […]

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Resources

AI Literacy Webinar Series: How to Access the Recordings and Presentations

We hope you have been able to join our newly developed series of five AI literacy webinars. These sessions are designed to cover crucial topics such as understanding generative AI, its practical applications, AI safety, accessibility, the use of AI tools in daily life, and getting creative with AI. Upcoming Webinars: May: AI for Accessibility […]

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Advice and Guidance

AI Literacy Webinar Series

Update with more sessions – 18th March 2024 With the ever-chaining world of AI it is difficult to keep up and stay on top of the changes, so we have put together a series of 5 webinars to explore Artificial Intelligence (AI) in education. The series will focus on what generative AI is and how […]

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How-To Guides

Empowering Educators by Harnessing Generative AI Tools: How to use Google Gemini

A series of guides part 4 of 4 Welcome to the concluding instalment of our Empowering Educators by Harnessing Generative AI tools. Google Bard was part of Google’s LaMDA family of large language models, Bard has undergone significant evolution, transitioning first to the PaLM model and subsequently to Gemini. Google Gemini is a multimodal tool, […]

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Empowering Educators by Harnessing Generative AI Tools: How to use Microsoft Copilot

A series of guides part 3 of 4 Welcome back to this blog post series Empowering Educators by Harnessing Generative AI Tools. In this blog post, we will look at another AI tool available created by Microsoft. We will look at Microsoft Copilot which recently had a name change from Microsoft Bing Chat Enterprise. This […]

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Empowering Educators by Harnessing Generative AI Tools: How to use ChatGPT

A series of guides part 2 of 4 In this second chapter of the Empowering Educators by Harnessing Generative AI Tools: A series of guides, we build upon our introductory post where we looked at how to prompt. If you have not done so already, we’d recommend reading our first blog post Part 1 of […]