Policy for Merging ArtificiaI Intelligence (AI) with Social Sciences in Central Asian's Higher Education Institutions
As social scientists, we have noticed a lack of progress in implementing policies for the integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in higher education. Recently, we took the opportunity to draft a policy statement and propose a tentative policy for the inclusion of AI in higher education, with a particular focus on social sciences, arts, and humanities in Central Asia, but which can be extended to other regions.
This policy has been developed by Prof. Dr. Liam Murray and by Muhammad Irfan working at University of Limerick and are experts in the practices and pedagogies of AI in social sciences, arts, and humanities, both nationally and internationally. The policy statement aims to address the issue and provide a framework for the effective implementation of AI in education, specifically in colleges and universities.
Integrating AI in higher education has immense potential to improve teaching and learning outcomes. However, its implementation requires careful consideration of pedagogies and practices that are specific to social sciences, arts, and humanities. Therefore, this policy statement is designed to guide educators in effectively incorporating AI into their curricula.
This policy statement, drafted by experts in the field, seeks to address the lack of progress in implementing policies for the integration of AI in higher education. It provides a framework for educators to effectively incorporate AI in their teaching practices, with a focus on social sciences, arts, and humanities.
Higher Education Commission Central Asia (Dushanbe)
NoteFree to Use and Download.
Department or School
- Scoil na Gaeilge, an Bhéarla, agus na Cumarsáide | School of English, Irish, and Communication