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Artificial Intelligence In Cyber Security, University Of Maine Artificial Intelligence Initiative Sep 2021

Artificial Intelligence In Cyber Security, University Of Maine Artificial Intelligence Initiative

General University of Maine Publications

UMaine AI draws top talent and leverages a distinctive set of capabilities from the University of Maine and other collaborating institutions from across Maine and beyond, while it also recruits world-class talent from across the nation and the world. It is centered at the University of Maine, leveraging the university’s strengths across disciplines, including computing and information sciences, engineering, health and life sciences, business, education, social sciences, and more.


Keynote: How Education Gets In The Way Of Learning, Geoff N. Masters Aug 2021

Keynote: How Education Gets In The Way Of Learning, Geoff N. Masters

2021-2030 ACER Research Conferences

The formal structures and processes of school education – including the organisation of the school curriculum, processes for assessing student learning, methods of reporting performance, and the uses to which student results are put – are often inconsistent with what is now known about the best ways to promote human learning. Rather than being designed to maximise every student’s learning, these structures and processes often reflect 20th century priorities, including the use of school education to sort and select students into different education and training destinations, and future careers. This sorting function of schooling is becoming increasingly irrelevant in knowledge economies ...


Artificial Intelligence For Agriculture, University Of Maine Artificial Intelligence Initiative Apr 2021

Artificial Intelligence For Agriculture, University Of Maine Artificial Intelligence Initiative

General University of Maine Publications

UMaine AI draws top talent and leverages a distinctive set of capabilities from the University of Maine and other collaborating institutions from across Maine and beyond, while it also recruits world-class talent from across the nation and the world. It is centered at the University of Maine, leveraging the university’s strengths across disciplines, including computing and information sciences, engineering, health and life sciences, business, education, social sciences, and more.


Manufacturing And Materials, University Of Maine Artificial Intelligence Initiative Mar 2021

Manufacturing And Materials, University Of Maine Artificial Intelligence Initiative

General University of Maine Publications

UMaine AI draws top talent and leverages a distinctive set of capabilities from the University of Maine and other collaborating institutions from across Maine and beyond, while it also recruits world-class talent from across the nation and the world. It is centered at the University of Maine, leveraging the university’s strengths across disciplines, including computing and information sciences, engineering, health and life sciences, business, education, social sciences, and more.


Somewhere I'Ve Never Been-Part Iii, John Lanci Jan 2021

Somewhere I'Ve Never Been-Part Iii, John Lanci

JRCA Pedagogy

In this essay, I propose that we examine the implications of a shift of fundamental importance, a shift in the way we see ourselves in the classroom and the difficult changes we need to make in the power relationships traditionally at play in our work.4 What follows is not an analysis of power relationships in general, but thoughts about how power flows in the classroom, and how we might modify that flow to encourage more effective teaching and learning. My point: If we empower students to become not passive listeners but active collaborators, they will be more likely to ...


Emerging From The Deep: Complexity, Emergent Pedagogy And Deep Learning, Sue L. T. Mcgregor Dec 2020

Emerging From The Deep: Complexity, Emergent Pedagogy And Deep Learning, Sue L. T. Mcgregor

Northeast Journal of Complex Systems (NEJCS)

As indicated in the title – emerging from the deep – this paper proposes that an ability to face and deal with complexity can emerge from deep learning that is facilitated by pedagogies designed to ensure this outcome, especially an emergent pedagogy that instills deep education. Educators would view the classroom as a complex adaptive system (CAS) capable of self-organizing and operating at the edge of chaos where order emerges, just not predictably. Self-directed students would experience a learning environment that is appreciative of nonequilibrium, unpredictability, shifting and emerging patterns and co-evolution. Teachers would be coaches, activators and facilitators. Students would take ...


Applications Of Ai In Business, Industry, Government, Healthcare, And Environment, University Of Maine Artificial Intelligence Initiative Oct 2020

Applications Of Ai In Business, Industry, Government, Healthcare, And Environment, University Of Maine Artificial Intelligence Initiative

General University of Maine Publications

UMaine AI draws top talent and leverages a distinctive set of capabilities from the University of Maine and other collaborating institutions from across Maine and beyond, while it also recruits world-class talent from across the nation and the world. It is centered at the University of Maine, leveraging the university’s strengths across disciplines, including computing and information sciences, engineering, health and life sciences, business, education, social sciences, and more.


Education And Workforce Development, University Of Maine Artificial Intelligence Initiative, Institute Of Electrical And Electronics Engineers Maine Com/Cs Chapter Apr 2020

Education And Workforce Development, University Of Maine Artificial Intelligence Initiative, Institute Of Electrical And Electronics Engineers Maine Com/Cs Chapter

General University of Maine Publications

The University of Maine Artificial Intelligence Initiative (UMaine AI) is a unique Maine-based venture that brings together university, industry, government, and community collaborators from Maine and beyond to advance the field of artificial intelligence, and through development of innovative technologies and applications find transformative solutions to enhance human life and societal well-being in Maine and beyond.


Advances In Artificial Intelligence, University Of Maine Artificial Intelligence Initiative, Institute Of Electrical And Electronics Engineers Maine Com/Cs Chapter Apr 2020

Advances In Artificial Intelligence, University Of Maine Artificial Intelligence Initiative, Institute Of Electrical And Electronics Engineers Maine Com/Cs Chapter

General University of Maine Publications

The University of Maine Artificial Intelligence Initiative (UMaine AI) is a unique Maine-based venture that brings together university, industry, government, and community collaborators from Maine and beyond to advance the field of artificial intelligence, and through development of innovative technologies and applications find transformative solutions to enhance human life and societal well-being in Maine and beyond.


Applications Of Ai In Business, Industry, Government, Healthcare And Environment, University Of Maine Artificial Intelligence Initiative, Institute Of Electrical And Electronics Engineers Maine Com/Cs Chapter Apr 2020

Applications Of Ai In Business, Industry, Government, Healthcare And Environment, University Of Maine Artificial Intelligence Initiative, Institute Of Electrical And Electronics Engineers Maine Com/Cs Chapter

General University of Maine Publications

The University of Maine Artificial Intelligence Initiative (UMaine AI) is a unique Maine-based venture that brings together university, industry, government, and community collaborators from Maine and beyond to advance the field of artificial intelligence, and through development of innovative technologies and applications find transformative solutions to enhance human life and societal well-being in Maine and beyond.


Social, Ethical, Policy, And Legal Considerations, University Of Maine Artificial Intelligence Initiative, Institute Of Electrical And Electronics Engineers Maine Com/Cs Chapter Apr 2020

Social, Ethical, Policy, And Legal Considerations, University Of Maine Artificial Intelligence Initiative, Institute Of Electrical And Electronics Engineers Maine Com/Cs Chapter

General University of Maine Publications

The University of Maine Artificial Intelligence Initiative (UMaine AI) is a unique Maine-based venture that brings together university, industry, government, and community collaborators from Maine and beyond to advance the field of artificial intelligence, and through development of innovative technologies and applications find transformative solutions to enhance human life and societal well-being in Maine and beyond.


Measuring The Additive Effects Of Multimedia Social Cue Principles On Learners’ Cognitive Load, Emotions, Attitude, And Learning Outcomes, Smruti J. Shah Apr 2020

Measuring The Additive Effects Of Multimedia Social Cue Principles On Learners’ Cognitive Load, Emotions, Attitude, And Learning Outcomes, Smruti J. Shah

STEMPS Theses & Dissertations

Multimedia principles are developed and employed to design effective multimedia instructions that foster learning. Specifically, multimedia principles such as personalization, voice, and embodiment principles are developed based on social cues to promote deep learning. Most researchers in the past have investigated the individual effects of these principles on learning. The goal of the present study was to investigate the additive effects of these abovementioned principles on learners’ perceived cognitive load, emotions, attitude, and learning outcomes (i.e. retention and transfer of knowledge). Sixty college students participated in this study. Participants were asked to complete two short instructional modules and a ...


Predictive Accuracy Of Recommender Algorithms, William Blake Noffsinger Jan 2020

Predictive Accuracy Of Recommender Algorithms, William Blake Noffsinger

CCE Theses and Dissertations

Recommender systems present a customized list of items based upon user or item characteristics with the objective of reducing a large number of possible choices to a smaller ranked set most likely to appeal to the user. A variety of algorithms for recommender systems have been developed and refined including applications of deep learning neural networks. Recent research reports point to a need to perform carefully controlled experiments to gain insights about the relative accuracy of different recommender algorithms, because studies evaluating different methods have not used a common set of benchmark data sets, baseline models, and evaluation metrics. The ...


Ai Techniques For Covid-19, Adedoyin Ahmed Hussain, Ouns Bouachir, Fadi Al-Turjman, Moayad Aloqaily Jan 2020

Ai Techniques For Covid-19, Adedoyin Ahmed Hussain, Ouns Bouachir, Fadi Al-Turjman, Moayad Aloqaily

All Works

© 2013 IEEE. Artificial Intelligence (AI) intent is to facilitate human limits. It is getting a standpoint on human administrations, filled by the growing availability of restorative clinical data and quick progression of insightful strategies. Motivated by the need to highlight the need for employing AI in battling the COVID-19 Crisis, this survey summarizes the current state of AI applications in clinical administrations while battling COVID-19. Furthermore, we highlight the application of Big Data while understanding this virus. We also overview various intelligence techniques and methods that can be applied to various types of medical information-based pandemic. We classify the existing ...


Inquiry-Based Learning: Student Teachers’ Challenges And Perceptions, Alain Petro Gholam Dr. Dec 2019

Inquiry-Based Learning: Student Teachers’ Challenges And Perceptions, Alain Petro Gholam Dr.

Journal of Inquiry and Action in Education

Inquiry-based learning (IBL) is a student-centered approach driven by students’ questions and their innate curiosity. IBL was introduced and effectively implemented in the general secondary teaching methods course at the American University in Dubai. The study made use of a mixed methods approach. It was guided by two research questions: 1). What factors hinder the implementation of IBL in the student teachers’ classrooms? 2). Why do student teachers favor the use of IBL in their classroom? Eight student teachers enrolled in the general secondary teaching methodology course at the American University in Dubai (Fall 2017) participated in the study. First ...


Exploring Female Perceptions Of Metacognitive Development In Online Learning, Heather Richards Jul 2019

Exploring Female Perceptions Of Metacognitive Development In Online Learning, Heather Richards

CUP Ed.D. Dissertations

With increased access to higher education through online delivery mediums, it is necessary to evaluate the impact of the learning environment on disadvantaged populations such as female students. As the online learning classroom challenges through distance, isolation, and communication, these factors can influence a positive perception of the learning environment and interfere with deep learning. This qualitative study explored female perceptions of metacognitive development within the online learning environment, as metacognition is a core element of academic success in higher education. Through the design of the conceptual framework and with the support of the literature review, a methodology was selected ...


Improving Knowledge Tracing Model By Integrating Problem Difficulty, Sein Minn, Feida Zhu, Michel C. Desmarais Nov 2018

Improving Knowledge Tracing Model By Integrating Problem Difficulty, Sein Minn, Feida Zhu, Michel C. Desmarais

Research Collection School Of Computing and Information Systems

Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) are designed for providing personalized instructions to students with the needs of their skills. Assessment of student knowledge acquisition dynamically is nontrivial during her learning process with ITS. Knowledge tracing, a popular student modeling technique for student knowledge assessment in adaptive tutoring, which is used for tracing student's knowledge state and detecting student's knowledge acquisition by using decomposed individual skill or problems with a single skill per problem. Unfortunately, recent KT models fail to deal with practices of complex skill composition and variety of concepts included in a problem simultaneously. Our goal is to ...


Community College Students' Deep Learning Approaches In Oer Courses, Kim Ellen Grewe Jan 2018

Community College Students' Deep Learning Approaches In Oer Courses, Kim Ellen Grewe

Educational Foundations & Leadership Theses & Dissertations

Open Educational Resources (OER) have the potential to bridge the gap for community college students not only because they are more affordable or provide access but also because they have the potential to make learning more meaningful for these same students. Although issues related to access and affordability have been extensively researched, less is known about the ways in which OER use may impact community college students’ deep approaches to learning. More qualitative research around OER efficacy from the student perspective is needed. The purpose of this study was to describe the ways students use OER and how students’ OER ...


Reinventing The High School Government Course: Rigor, Simulations, And Learning From Text, Walter C. Parker, Jane C. Lo May 2016

Reinventing The High School Government Course: Rigor, Simulations, And Learning From Text, Walter C. Parker, Jane C. Lo

Democracy and Education

The high school government course is arguably the main site of formal civic education in the country today. This article presents the curriculum that resulted from a multiyear study aimed at improving the course. The pedagogic model, called Knowledge in Action, centers on a rigorous form of project-based learning where the projects are weeks-long simulations. The first section introduces the course and the study, the second describes the methodology and design principles, the third describes the political simulations that are the spine of the course, and the fourth examines implementation and design issues that emerged across the years. The latter ...


The Interaction Between Learning Styles, Ethics Education, And Ethical Climate, Leanna Lawter, Tuvana Rua, Chun (Grace) Guo Jan 2014

The Interaction Between Learning Styles, Ethics Education, And Ethical Climate, Leanna Lawter, Tuvana Rua, Chun (Grace) Guo

WCBT Faculty Publications

The purpose of this paper is to investigate how learning styles and learning spaces interact to stimulate deep learning. Specifically the paper investigated the interaction of learning styles with ethics education and the ethical climate to influence the likelihood of engaging in ethical behavior.


Deep Learning Through Reusable Learning Objects, Rosalyn Rufer, Ruifang Hope Adams Jun 2013

Deep Learning Through Reusable Learning Objects, Rosalyn Rufer, Ruifang Hope Adams

Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange (JETDE)

Being able to leverage an organization’s processes and core competencies to sustain its competitive advantage is important (Ray, Barney, & Muhanna, 2004). One learning objective of an on-line MBA is to teach students how to apply the VRIO (value, rarity, imitate, and operationalize) model, developed by Barney and Hesterly (2006), in order to identify an optimum strategy. However students in the program have had difficulty in understanding this model, partially because of the traditional pedagogy used in online teaching. This case study demonstrates how reusable learning objects (RLO) can facilitate knowledge in an online learningenvironment. The RLO developed and applied ...


A Decidedly Different Mind, Stephanie Marshall Jul 2012

A Decidedly Different Mind, Stephanie Marshall

Stephanie Pace Marshall, Ph.D.

Dr. Stephanie Pace Marshall explains the need for educational transformation grounded in the design of a generative and more natural system of learning and schooling.


Changing The Traditional Lecture Format To Foster A Deep Approach To Learning Among A Group Of Students., Eric Bates Jan 2010

Changing The Traditional Lecture Format To Foster A Deep Approach To Learning Among A Group Of Students., Eric Bates

Conference papers

Providing feedback on revision papers provided to a group of Phase 6 apprentice painters and decorators brought concerns regarding the approach to learning of this group of advanced apprentices. Correcting these papers indicated a large degree of confusion and incorrect answers on the paper. It appeared that the gilding module was not being understood at a conceptual level. Recitation of facts was not a problem but the linking together of different aspects of gilding was not happening. Specifically, the concern was that the students were engaging in a surface approach to learning which could be detrimental and that I may ...


Learning And Teaching : Aims, Goals And Objectives, John Wade Feb 2009

Learning And Teaching : Aims, Goals And Objectives, John Wade

John Wade

[Extract] AIM – to think critically about the concepts of educational ‘AIMS’. GOAL – to be able to write aims, goals and objectives of courses at different levels of specificity and to understand the historic advantages and disadvantages of this process. OBJECTIVE – for each participant to write; within the next week; a list of at least 10 aims, goals, and objectives, ranging from general to very specific, and distribute it, and discuss it, for at least 15 minutes with students in the next course taught.


A Decidedly Different Mind, Stephanie Pace Marshall Jan 2005

A Decidedly Different Mind, Stephanie Pace Marshall

Publications & Research

Dr. Stephanie Pace Marshall explains the need for educational transformation grounded in the design of a generative and more natural system of learning and schooling.