Learning Experiences and Practices through Artificial Intelligence as Adoptive Academia for Teachers and Students of Higher Education Institutions of Pakistan
Keywords:Academia, Adoptive, Artificial Intelligence, Learning Experiences and Practices
The study investigates the learning experiences and practices of teachers and students in higher education institutions in Pakistan through Artificial Intelligence (AI). Employing qualitative research method, the study utilizes narrative and phenomenological designs to collect study data from various sources, including interviews and documents. Initial data collection involves 20 participants through semi-structured interviews, while 50 documents such as reports, AI blogs, and research articles, reports are later analyzed. The findings suggest that artificial Intelligence AI significantly transforms the educational landscape, making it more accessible, efficient, and accurate. It influences various disciplines and industries, including business, engineering, and manufacturing. AI in Education (AIED) offers valuable resources, problem-solving tools, and automated grading systems. It streamlines instructional delivery, monitoring, assessment, and diagnostic processes, enhancing the overall educational experience for both teachers and students in higher education institutions. AI facilitates automatic operations, enabling virtual access to learning activities and practices, thereby revolutionizing traditional teaching methods.
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