Making GenAI Integration Accessible for Interactive Immersive Teaching Tools

The annual CANHEIT conference brings together the community of IT professionals in higher education to promote best practices, innovation, and collaboration. This year, Daniel Lindenberger, Frederik Svendsen, and Saeed Dyanatkar from UBC’s Emerging Media Lab (EML) presented on the steps being taken by their team to make the integration of generative AI in interactive immersive teaching tools more accessible.

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UBC IT’s Laleh Mosadegh and PrISM Compliance Support Program Team Win National Awards

As we strive for excellence in our day-to-day operations at UBC IT and Privacy and Information Security Management (PrISM), there are moments...

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Understanding Indigenous Data Sovereignty

As I sit down to write this article, I want to first express my deep gratitude for the opportunity to live and work on the unceded lands and...

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Subscribe to UBC’s GenAI Newsletter!

UBC’s Generative AI website offers guidance and resources on how to ensure the use of GenAI tools meets UBC’s guidelines and policies for secure, ethical...

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Using AI-Powered Instructional Videos to Support UBC’s Migration to Microsoft Exchange Online

UBC IT is continually seeking innovative solutions to streamline our operations. Recently, we took the first step in the implementation of...

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