Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems have the opportunity to significantly enhance the learning experience of students - enabling organisations to deliver learning that is personalised to each individual student and enhancing the overall student experience through access to student services 24/7.
In this episode of Alumni Matters, Graham Bell (Executive MBA 2018), Director of Digital Education, Cranfield School of Management talks about the impact AI could have on higher education and what the future might look like. Listen below, or download it, to discover how AI and data could personalise higher education in the future. And if you enjoyed this podcast please share it on your social media channels.
Graham Bell bio
Graham Bell, Director of Digital Education, Cranfield School of Management
Graham has worked for over 25 years in Higher Education spending most of that time implementing technology solutions for customers and students. He has spent much of the last ten years working in Executive Education designing and implementing programmes for senior leaders across many sectors including government, sport, retail and banking.
At the onset of the pandemic, Graham took on the new role of Director of Digital Education for Cranfield School of Management. He is responsible for the Schools' Digital Education strategy and along with his team has been responsible for the digital transformation taking place in the School - helping faculty to create engaging lectures in an online environment.
Graham is also a Cranfield alumnus having graduated from the Executive MBA programme in 2018.
Contact Graham to share your AI insight
If you are a Cranfield alumnus and would like to share your insight into the applications of AI and how they can be used to improve digital education, please get in touch with Graham.