EduGenAI Panel: Artificial Intelligence in Learning

Tuesday, May 14, 2024 11:00to12:30
McCall MacBain Arts Building 853 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 0G5, CA

Panel Overview: Students learn in formal and informal settings and ways. Generative AI will challenge our assumptions about the way learning happens and what it means to have learned something. This panel will explore the experiences of instructors and students from different disciplines and look to future directions for learning in the age of generative AI. 

Questions explored:

  1. In an era of generative AI, what is the impact on the knowledge and skills perceived students will need to learn as part of the higher education curriculum? 

  1. In an era of generative AI, what values and ethical contexts should we be considering in teaching, for ourselves and for our students? 

  1. What is changing for students in how and what they are learning? How will students prepare for assessments? 


Moderator: Scott Patterson, Political Science PhD candidate at McGill University


  • Ann-Louise Davidson, Director of Concordia University's Innovation Lab and the Innovation Strategic Advisor for the Faculty of Arts and Science.
  • Joel Trudeau, Professor at Dawson College, Lead on Novascience AI.
  • Lina Guezi, 2nd year student at Dawson College in Enriched Pure & Applied Science.
  • Taief Ahmed, 1st year Software Engineering student at Concordia University. 


Date: Tuesday, May 14th 2024

Time: 11h00- 12h30

Location: Arts Building, room W120, McGill University, 853 Sherbrooke West

For more information on the EduGenAI Event, visit our website here.

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