CIDDL Hot Takes
Thinking about artificial intelligence and its impact on the future of education? Maybe you're excited about the new possibilities that technologies like ChatGPT and DALL-E present for everyone. Maybe you're ready to throw your hands up and declare that these technologies are disrupting academic integrity and promoting plagiarism among students. maybe you're somewhere in between. Whatever the case may be CIDDL has you covered from our interactive CIDDL Community to our AI blog series.
Artificial Intelligence Blog Series
We started a community of higher education faculty members focused on sharing tips and tricks, research-based practices, and strategies for innovative use of educational technology in educator or leadership preparation programs.
This is a place where we build connectedness, share varied opinions, and bring together our knowledge about leveraging technology to support all students.
Network + Connect + Support
"CIDDL will change the culture of tech attitudes, adoption, and use to realize pedagogical promise in terms of practice, outcomes, and innovation." -Dr. James Basham
"We aim to bring together leaders in technology and special education in an expanding human and digital network that allows users to connect, share, learn, develop, ignite, and sustain innovative practices that support all students." -Dr. Jose Blackorby
Latest Posts from CIDDL
CIDDL Blog Series
Faculty and EdTech Learning Opportunities
In the November 30 CIDDL Webinar, How to select Technology and Design Instruction: Knowledge, Skills and Abilities that Generalize Across Tools and Settings, Dr. Tara Courchaine interviewed Dr. Robert Wall Emerson, Dr. Sarahelizabeth Baguhn, and Dr. Nicholas Giudice regarding their processes for choosing technology to introduce in orientation and mobility (O&M) programs. The expert panel then went on to discuss how designers, policy makers, and end-users with disabilities can work together to ensure future technology is more inclusive from the start.
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