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Unlock the Future of Learning: The Latest Insights into Generative AI – 22 May 2024

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This event, hosted by the Adapt Centre and Learnovate, will provide an opportunity for educators, researchers, and industry professionals to explore the dynamic interplay between generative artificial intelligence and modern education. Speakers will examine how tools like ChatGPT, Bard, and Claude are reshaping learning, offering unprecedented personalisation and interactivity in educational experiences.

Meet the Patrons Q&A with John McGeown, Head of Digital Skills at the Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science

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As part of Learnovate’s Meet the Patrons series, we speak to John McGeown, Head of Digital Skills at the Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science. John has been with the DFHERIS for more than three years, arriving first as an Assistant Principal before moving on to his current role as Head of Digital Skills.

Inside Learning Podcast with Dr. Maureen Dunne – The Neurodiversity Edge

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In this episode of Inside Learning Podcast, hosted by Aidan McCullen we deep dive into the fascinating world of neurodiversity with our special guest, Dr. Maureen Dunne, author of "The Neurodiversity Edge". Dr. Dunne dissolves common myths associated with neurodivergence, highlighting the enormous value neurodivergent individuals bring to organizations.

Link & Learn webinar: The Intersection of AI & Sustainability in Learning

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AI is revolutionising education by optimising resources, tailoring learning experiences, and facilitating remote education, markedly decreasing environmental impact.  This transformative movement is boosting efficiency, accessibility, and sustainability throughout the education sector.  Yet, integrating AI into education isn't without its sustainability challenges.

Learnovate secures €9.6m funding to support tech companies addressing Ireland’s emerging skills gaps

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The Learnovate Centre is delighted to announce that it has secured €9.6m funding from Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland as the technology centre focuses on supporting Irish companies develop technology solutions to address Ireland’s emerging skills gaps.