CSU Online brings Artificial Intelligence-powered learning tools to courses

Students and faculty in several of Colorado State University’s online programs will begin using “intelligent tutoring” technology in courses this fall. This comes as CSU Online announced last week a new partnership with Cognii, Inc., a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence-based educational technology. CSU faculty and instructional designers will work with Cognii to develop learning and assessment tools powered by Cognii’s Virtual Learning Assistant, which is designed to improve students’ learning outcomes, increase instructors’ productivity, and enable high-quality personalized education at a large scale. “The use of Cognii in the classroom is expected to improve learning outcomes, turning assessment into learning while enhancing the effectiveness of the time our faculty devote to teaching,” said Mike Palmquist, CSU’s Associate Provost for Instructional Innovation. “Through this partnership, CSU is on the cutting…


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