An introduction to Generative AI in education

Giving educators an understanding about AI and how it's impacting education and learners. Our free MOOC explores these themes.

  • Online
  • 1 hour
  • Free

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    As part of Jisc’s exploration of artificial intelligence in the context of education, we’ve created a free 'MOOC'. If you’re interested in artificial intelligence (AI) with a focus on the impact within education and have an hour to spare, this a-sync module is designed for you.

    Through videos, current research and discussion forums, the module explores two main elements;

    • An introduction to Generative AI technology
    • The implications of Generative AI on education

    If you haven’t got a whole hour, you can revisit and take a section (5 total) at a time.

    New places released on the 1st of every month

    This 1 hour MOOC is delivered using our online course support platform itslearning.

    You will be sent your login details once your application has been successful.

    Who should attend

    This module is open to any Jisc member that's interested in the use of artificial intelligence within education.

    What we cover

    The MOOC will cover the following:

    • How can Generative AI help educators?
    • Generative AI tools
    • Impact of Generative AI on Education
    • Use of AI in teaching and learning
    • Accessibility and Regulation

    Training outcomes

    We hope through discussions with your peers and further understanding through our research it'll help you think about the uses of AI within education and how it can best serve educators and learners alike.

    Booking information

    This module is free to Jisc members.

    Please note, as the module is designed to be supported and collaboration is encouraged booking numbers are limited on a monthly basis. New places will be released on the 1st of each month, so if you have missed out this time then please check again later.


    For more information, email or phone 01235 822242.