The ASME NW Forum 2023 is aimed at educators working at North West Medical Schools. The event will take place in Liverpool across two fantastic locations. The morning keynote and innovation sessions will be held at Novotel Liverpool Paddington Village at the heart of Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter, just up the road from the new state-of-the-art Royal Liverpool University Hospital and Cedar House, home to the School of Medicine on campus, where the afternoon workshops will run.
This is a FREE event running from 9.30am (registration from 9am) until 4.30pm. There are ten workshops on offer at this year’s ASME NW Forum and each attendee will have the opportunity to take part in two.
Please note that you MUST pre-register to join this event, by clicking the button above.
Click here for full event details: ASME NW FORUM 2023 – School of Medicine – University of Liverpool
Click here for an overview of the workshops available : ASME NW Forum Workshop Overview – School of Medicine – University of Liverpool
Keynote Speaker – Dr Ceridwen Coulby
Ceridwen Coulby is the Director for the Centre of Innovation in Education (CIE) at the University of Liverpool. A senior fellow of the Higher Education Academy, she has worked in the higher education sector since 2007 as an academic, curriculum developer and senior manager. She recently completed a Doctorate in Education which explores the personal transformation experiences of part-time doctoral students during their studies and factors that influence transformative learning. Her current focus is the use of Generative Artificial Intelligence (GAI) for teaching and learning, and as GAI Lead for the University of Liverpool she led the institutional response to the technological innovation in terms of policy and practice. She directly contributed to the Russell Group University principles of Generative AI in education, the Department of Education call for evidence in to the use of Generative AI in education, and worked with CIE staff to launch the Generative Artificial Intelligence Network North West (GAINW) in July 2023. She is currently co-authoring a book chapter with her colleagues on GAI literacy for the SEDA/Routledge book ‘Using Generative AI effectively in HE: sustainable and ethical AI for the common good’, due for publication in 2024.
Keynote Speaker talk: Generative Artificial Intelligence (GAI) in Education: Disruption, Panic and Opportunity
In this talk, the impact of the exponential growth of GAI applications on the higher education sector will be explored. Beginning with an overview of the capability and potential uses of GAI tools in education for staff and students, the talk will go on to encompass the journey of GAI in higher education. From the initial effect on operational assessment delivery and academic integrity concerns, through to assessment redesign and AI detection software, and finishing with pedagogic potential and future opportunities. Attendees will leave with an enhanced understanding of the ways in which educators can harness the power of generative artificial technologies in their teaching and research activities.
Note – We will apply for CPD accreditation for this event from the Royal Colleges of Physicians.