2023 EDUCAUSE Horizon Report
Teaching and Learning Edition
Kathe Pelletier, Jenay Robert, Nicole Muscanell, Mark McCormack, Jamie Reeves, Nichole Arbino, Susan Grajek, with Tracey Birdwell, Danny Liu, Jean Mandernach, Ayla Moore, Anna Porcaro, Rayan Rutledge, Johann Zimmern, EDUCAUSE, United States
Artificial intelligence (AI) has taken the world by storm, with new AI-powered tools such as ChatGPT opening up new opportunities in higher education for content creation, communication, and learning, while also raising new concerns about the misuses and overreach of technology. Our shared humanity has also become a key focal point within higher education, as faculty and leaders continue to wrestle with understanding and meeting the diverse needs of students and to find ways of cultivating institutional communities that support student well-being and belonging. For this year’s teaching and learning Horizon Report, then, our panelists’ discussions oscillated between these seemingly polar ideas: the supplanting of human activity with powerful new technological capabilities, and the need for more humanity at the center of everything we do. This report summarizes the results of those discussions and serves as one vantage point on where our future may be headed.
Pelletier, K., Robert, J., Muscanell, N., McCormack, M., Reeves, J., Reeves, J., Arbino, N., Grajek, S., Birdwell, w.T., Liu, D., Mandernach, J., Moore, A., Porcaro, A., Rutledge, R. & Zimmern, J. (2023). 2023 EDUCAUSE Horizon Report Teaching and Learning Edition. Boulder, CO: EDUCAUSE23. Retrieved June 8, 2023 from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/222401/.
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