HUMANE Spring Seminar
New business models for universities: exploring Artificial Intelligence and Data Governance
Hosted by the University of Groningen (NL)
April 11-12, 2024
Throughout their history, universities have always relied extensively on data to drive decisions and shape academic strategies. Today digital innovation offers many new ways to make data-driven decisions. These advancements have profound implications for data autonomy and they pose real risks to universities.
The seminar will explore the benefits and (legal) risks of analytics for teaching and learning and the use of artificial intelligence; both are transforming the educational sphere. Participants will gain a better understanding of these latest developments and associated challenges to shape the future of European higher education.
Staff from HUMANE Member Institutions and Residential School Alumni benefit from the members rate of €640. Non HUMANE Members will be charged €790. Non HUMANE Members may attend if they meet the following criteria: they are from a higher education institution that delivers degree programmes in at least two of the three Bologna cycles (BA, MA, doctorate). Non-member applications are subject to review before acceptance. The Secretariat will apply the correct fee.