AI, Instructional Design, and OER

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2022 saw some significant advancements in artificial intelligence. My threshold for “significant” here being that the advances moved out of labs and arXiv.org preprints and into tools that many people were using and talking about. Lots of people thought text-to-image tools like DALL-E, Stable Diffusion, and Midjourney were fun. But Large Language Models (LLMs), and … Read more

Faculty are Losing Interest in Adopting OER

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I missed this when it was first published, but a few months ago Ithaka S+R shared the results of their Ithaka S+R¬† US Faculty Survey 2021. The survey went out to 145,099 randomly selected faculty members across the US and over 5% of invitees responded. I was particularly interested in the survey’s findings about the … Read more