HUMANE Spring Seminar
New business models for universities: exploring Artificial Intelligence and Data Governance
Registration and lunch
Welcome and introduction
Senior university leaders and academics working with Learning Analytics Insights: What needs to change. Lessons from around the world.
Professor Bart Rienties, Professor of Learning Analytics, Institute of Educational Technology, Open University, UK
Legal aspects (GPDR, European AI Act) and the use of data to improve Teaching & Learning
Professor Aline Klingenberg, Faculty of Law, University of Groningen, NL
Case study of the University of Groningen: Analytics for Teaching & Learning in action
Dr Jan-Willem Brijan, Lecturer / Project manager, University of Groningen, NL
Case study of the University of Helsinki: Artifical Intelligence for Education
Professor Kai Nordlund, Vice-Rector Academic Affairs and Digitalisation, University of Helsinki, FI
Discussion and wrap up
Return to hotels
Artificial Intelligence in higher education: opportunities and threats
Gavin McLachlan, Vice Principal, Chief Information Officer, The University of Edinburgh, UK
Recalibrating strategic autonomy and digital sovereignty
Dr Oskar Gstrein, Assistant Professor; Programme Director BSc Data Science and Society; Deputy Department Head Governance and Innovation; Campus Fryslân Data Research Centre, University of Groningen, NL
Panel discussion with all speakers on three seminar themes
Nadine Burquel, Director General, HUMANE, BE
Note: the programme is subject to marginal change.
HUMANE and the University of Groningen fully intend to deliver the HUMANE Spring Seminar. If however, restrictions require it to be postponed, participants will be notified with as much notice as possible.
Neither HUMANE and the University of Groningen are liable for any losses, accidents or damage to persons or objects during the HUMANE Spring Seminar. Participants attending the HUMANE Spring Seminar do so at their own risk and responsibility.