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Next steps for AI in education. Morning, Thursday, 29th February 2024. Westminster Education Forum

This conference will consider the future role of artificial intelligence (AI) within the education sector. It is bringing together key stakeholders and policymakers to discuss the opportunities and challenges posed by AI in the classroom, including large language models (LLMs) such as ChatGPT and Google Bard.

We expect discussion to draw on issues raised in the DfE’s Generative artificial intelligence in education policy paper published in September 2023, which suggested that the education sector should utilise opportunities that AI provides, using the technology safely to deliver excellent education that prepares pupils to contribute to society and the future workplace. For further information and booking details click here


UUK Closing ethnicity awarding gaps 2024. Woburn House, London 23 April 2024, 9:00am – 5:00pm

From advice on using the Race Equality Charter to encouraging student co-production, to exploring insights from TASO’s evaluation work with universities, you will have the opportunity to learn more about the practical steps that work, and the latest developments in the sector. To find out further information click here


UUK Tackling violence, harassment and hate incidents 2024. Thursday 8 February 2024, taking place in London and online.

This annual, highly-regarded national conference will explore the key recent developments and sector progress in tackling violence, harassment and hate incidents in higher education. Don’t miss out on this crucial chance to engage with sector-leading experts, as well as from other organisations and the third sector. For further information and to make a booking click here


CVU Student belonging– successful interventions in TNE and UK partnerships Fri, 8 Mar 2024 10:00 – 13:00 Online

Underlying a positive student experience is a students’ sense that they belong and that they matter. A broad sense of belonging has been show to correlate improved levels of retention, engagement, confidence and better mental health. For further information and to make a booking click here