AI in Education: the Pros and Cons

By eLearning Inside February 08, 2024

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is a subfield of computer science that focuses on developing intelligent computers capable of doing activities that would normally need human intelligence. These machines are programmed to analyze data, learn from it, and make decisions based on their analysis. The role of AI in education is to augment traditional teaching methods by […]


Discovering Higher-Order Creativity in Education

By eLearning Inside February 05, 2024

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This article was written by Brian Lamb, the CEO of Swivl, an eLearning provider, specialising in classroom management. Creativity is involved at every stage of education, from young children in art class to higher ed students working on a research project. What used to be considered just a human process, creativity has now become a […]


Why Hands on Education is the Key to Healthcare Career Success

By eLearning Inside February 05, 2024

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This article was written by Sandra Fineman, MPAS, PA-C. She is the associate vice president and and an associate professor for the Center for Interprofessional Studies at Marshall B. Ketchum University.  Online and remote modalities of education have become more popular in the last decade. The recent pandemic created multiple new avenues for effective remote […]


How eLearning Transforms Education for Autistic Children

By eLearning Inside February 04, 2024

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Studio shot, Close-up, Top view of mother's hands holding autistic young child's hands holding colorful jigsaw puzzles (yellow, red, blue, light blue) on beige linen cloth. World autism awareness day support concept.

Autism spectrum is a neurological disorder that affects the way certain people process information. The condition can result in significant learning and behavioral challenges, including difficulty communicating and interacting with others. It’s estimated that 1 in 54 children has autism, and the number is rising. Autism is the fastest-growing developmental disorder in the U.S., and […]


Higher Education: Using AI to Meet Student Needs

By eLearning Inside February 04, 2024

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This article was written by Shantanu Bose, Ph.D., Chief Academic Officer and Provost at DeVry University.  Higher education is on the cusp of an AI revolution. Artificial intelligence has the potential to fundamentally transform higher education for the better, including how we teach, what we learn, and the skills needed to be successful in a […]