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AI tutoring on online courses at a business school

AI tutoring on online courses at a business school

Florida International University will provide AI-powered tutoring and assessments for FIU College of Business students. The online courses will use Cognii Virtual Learning Assistant that engages students in a natural language conversation. Its focus is directed on providing instant personalized feedback and assessments. It can also automatically grade short essays written by students. This includes evaluating vital skills like critical thinking and problem-solving. David-John Palmer, professor of information systems management, comments in the following way.… Continue reading

Business School starts House of Innovation

Business School starts House of Innovation

Stockholm School of Economics is directing på focus on research on innovation by launching the House of Innovation. This is a new interdisciplinary research-, educational-, and collaborative environment that is made possible by a donation of €15 million from the Foundation of Erling Persson that founded H&M. House of Innovation has three cornerstones, innovation, digitization and entrepreneurship. Its purpose is to improve and develop the Swedish ecosystem within these fields. To meet the challenges on… Continue reading

Business Schools to move into Virtual Reality

Business Schools to move into Virtual Reality

Education is one thing, and working life put into practice something else, or is it? Many business schools are now experimenting with virtual reality in order to make the learning experience more authentic to what is waiting outside the doors of the university. Business theory education thereby is complemented with actual training of business skills. Robin Teigland at the Stockholm School of Economics says: “Instead of talking about virtual teams, we could practice being virtual… Continue reading

Latest News: Business schools require a profound update, according to new research

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eLearningworld News from France Associate Professor Gianpiero Petriglieri and Assistant Professor Jennifer Petriglieri at INSEAD Business School explore in a new report the problem that business schools’ education in general dehumanizing leadership. According to the Professors this; “… serves as a valuable defense against, but as poor preparation for, the ambiguity and precariousness of leadership in contemporary workplaces.” It is obviously a relic of the 20th Century mass-market-society where the general conclusion is that business schools… Continue reading

Latest News: What impact do Business School have on economy?

Latest News: Big interest of entrepreneurship among youth

eLearningworld News from the World A new report shows that business school despite the recent years broadening of its education with e.g. entrepreneurship, it still works as a factory for the financial sector recruitment requirements. An obvious result of this development is the extraordinary growth of new financial service businesses during the recent years, where one consequence is that other more productive business sectors is being drained of talented people. The report comes from Bank… Continue reading