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Participation of the College of Computer and Information Technology in a workshop "Unlocking Gen-AI in Higher Education"
29 May 2024

A workshop was held by the British Council in cooperation with the University of Strathclyde on the uses of artificial intelligence tools in higher education and scientific research.

Representing the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, His Excellency Professor Dr. Azmi Mahafzah, His Excellency Professor Dr. Dhafer Al-Sarayrah, Chairman of the Higher Education Institutions Accreditation and Quality Assurance Authority, opened a workshop entitled (Using artificial intelligence tools in the field of higher education and scientific research) held by the British Council in partnership with the University of Strathclyde at the Hilton Hotel.

During his speech, Dr. Dhafer Al-Sarayrah, Chairman of the Authority, spoke about the role of artificial intelligence applications in enhancing educational strategies in higher education and scientific research, and the extent of the academic strategic benefits that higher education institutions can obtain from integrating artificial intelligence into them, such as improving administrative functions, educational capabilities, research capabilities, and environmental environments. Improved learning, enhancing the role of teaching staff, improving learners' performance, and making the learning process more efficient and effective; As well as potential obstacles to its implementation that may limit its effectiveness, such as resistance to change and technical limitations.

Dr. Al-Sarayrah pointed out the need to educate stakeholders and partners about the importance of using artificial intelligence applications in education strategies, and not to make challenges an obstacle to employing them, and working to hold workshops on the uses of artificial intelligence in higher education and scientific research, appreciating the role of the British Council and the University of Strathclyde in their constant support in the field of higher education and scientific research in the world.

The College of Computer and Information Technology participated in this workshop, represented by the Deputy Dean, Dr. Qanita Bani Baker, Dr. Dana Irsheidat, teacher Wafa Qarqiz, and teacher Qais Marji.
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