Author Archives: geoffcain

A Short Annotated Reading List for AI Ethics and Policy

This is a reading list of essays, resources, and full-hatched policies at other institutions for AI and ethics. It is meant to provide a background for those interested in developing an AI policy for their courses or for their institution. … Continue reading

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Multi-Modality: Creating a Student Centric, Flexible Choice Instruction/Learning Model

I am at Achieving the Dream’s Dream 24 conference with a team from Clover Park Technical College in Orlando, Fl. I am interested in looking at highflex models from the instructional design perspective. These are my notes for colleagues – … Continue reading

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AI: What is your policy?

I wrote this for the Teaching & Learning Center Newsletter, but I wanted a version of this in the blogosphere in case someone had a take on the five positions here in this brief article. We are also discussing AI … Continue reading

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Instructional Design Positions at Clover Park

Clover Park Technical College is looking for two instructional designers for project positions. I work as an Instructional Designer at Clover Park and I can tell you it is an excellent place to work! Clover Park Technical College (CPTC) is … Continue reading

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AI: An “F” for Fake

I have been playing with voice cloning to try and get a sense of where the technology is and how it can be used in instructional design. There are a number of moral and legal issues with voice cloning, of … Continue reading

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Edu Predictions: Where is my conveyor belt sidewalk?

I have been rather disappointed lately that over the last few years we have not had much in the way of predictions in the education sector. For a while there it seemed like pedagogical prognostic punditry was a wide-spread New … Continue reading

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Efforts to Regulate A.I.

I have not posted here in a while because of conferences, in-service, travel, and other local elearning events – it was a whirl-wind summer of AI in Education, a conference at University of Central Florida. We then presented with our … Continue reading

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Open Pedagogy and Teaching with Zines

I have recently, just for artistic inspirational reasons, went to San Francisco for the Labor Day weekend. My wife and I used to live there in the early 90s when we first graduated from college and got married. She worked … Continue reading

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AI and the End of Education

By the click-baity title “end of education,” I don’t mean the inevitable intellectual dystopian smoking hellscape of education that is to come, but the purpose of education: to what end are we doing what we do and by what means … Continue reading

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Clover Park Technical College is excited to host our second annual OER Faculty Institute!

Dates: Friday, August 11 and Saturday, August 12  Time: 9 am to 3 pm  Location: Zoom There will be keynote presentations from internationally recognized OER professionals as well as sessions on finding OER, accessibility in OER, open licenses, open pedagogy as well … Continue reading

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