This event will showcase the latest chatbots in teaching and learning, celebrate successes and act as a forum to discuss their current and future societal impact.
You will also have the opportunity to discuss the impact of chatbots with a panel of experts representing the interests of both students and employers.
During lunch and breaks, you will be able to network with colleagues, visit and experiment with latest chatbots developed in conjunction with a wide variety of technology suppliers.
This event is jointly sponsored by Jisc and UCISA.
Wednesday 1 May 2019
Registration - tea and coffee on arrival
Professor Philip Plowden
Vice chancellor, Birmingham City University
Professor Rob Pritchard
A chance to network and browse the exhibition.
Break - tea and coffee
Security talk: TBC
Professor Hanifa Shah
Executive dean, Birmingham City University
A chance to visit the exhibition and museum
Who should attend
This event is for anyone interested in exploring how conversational interfaces have been used to support teaching and learning. It will be of particular interest to colleagues from various disciplines within FE and HE institutions, decision makers and technology suppliers.
Due to the popularity of the event we may need to restrict the number of delegates from any institution in order to ensure as wide a representation as possible.
If you need to arrange accommodation, a reduced rate is available at Holiday Inn Express Birmingham - Snow Hill.
Holiday Inn Express Birmingham - Snow Hill
- Reduced rate for delegates for 1 May 2019: £119 per night for double bedroom, based on single occupancy on a B&B basis. Free internet
- Please quote "YYM" when booking
- Address: Holiday Inn Express - Snow Hill, 1 Snow Hill Plaza, St Chads Queensway, Birmingham, B4 6HY
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