|KEYNOTE SPEAKER 1|
·Prof. Xinguo Yu
· Central China Normal University, China
· Research Area: Intelligent educational technology, educational robotics, multimedia analysis, computer vision, and machine learning
· Title: Progress and Further Technology in Building Advance Personalized Learning
· Abstract: The advance of information technology and artificial intelligence inspired the prospect for advance personalized learning. It was built gradually since it is a grand challenge. In order to build advance personalized learning, many efforts have been made and the various technologies were developed in the past three decades. Some examples are educational cloud, intelligent learning system, educational robots, learning diagnosis, problem solving, and virtual learning space. More importantly, further technology is developed for building advance personalized learning. Some examples are metaverse, GPT, and AI-man synergy.
|KEYNOTE SPEAKER 2|
· Prof. Sun Lixin
· College of Teacher Education, Ningbo University, China
· Research Area: lifelong education and elderly education
· Title: The impact of learning engagement on the subjective well-being of disadvantaged older adults in China
· Abstract: Due to social transformation, economic reform, and the advent of an aging society, the number of disadvantaged older adults in China is increasing. The living conditions of the disadvantaged older adult groups determine society's stability to a certain extent. How to make their lives happier in their old age, promote their subjective well-being, and realize the "enjoyment of the elderly" is of great practical significance in improving social civilization and building a harmonious society. This study is based on the survey data from the lower counties of Ningbo city in Zhejiang province, where there is a high concentration of older learners, and used SPSS 27.0 software to process the data. The results indicated the following: the subjective well-being of disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged older adults differed significantly; learning engagement had a significant effect on enhancing the subjective well-being of disadvantaged older adults, and all dimensions of learning engagement had a significant positive relationship with subjective well-being (SWB). Compared to non-disadvantaged older adults, learning engagement had a more significant contribution to the SWB of disadvantaged older adults, with the learning experience and learning engagement explaining the SWB of disadvantaged older adults.
|KEYNOTE SPEAKER 3|
· Prof. Rusli Bin Hj Abdullah
· Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology, Universiti Putra Malaysia
· Research Area: Knowledge management, Computer Science, Information System, Software Engineering
· Title: Managing Knowledge with ChatGPT in Business Research Work environment
· Abstract: Knowledge is power. The way that we are managing knowledge as a lesson learnt or best practise is very importance nowadays, especially in supporting with ChatGPT of latest technology in artificial intelligent (AI) to assist community of practice (CoP) to perform their business research work effectively and efficiency.Therefore, in this context, we will discuss on how the ChatGPT as a tool can be used in helping us to manage knowledge of business research work based on research life cycle (RLC) that is beginning of developing research proposal up to the end of it or writing research reporting.
An emphasized will be given on how ChatGPT application as an example that is working together to support CoP researcher’s as well as its demonstration that is based on the RLC work environment. Furthermore, the paper also discusses on what are the major issues and its related challenges in ensuring those knowledge management (KM) can be performed smoothly towards enhancing quality and productivity of business research for the benefits of their CoP for current and future purposes.
|KEYNOTE SPEAKER 4|
·Assoc. Prof. Dr. Manjet Kaur Mehar Singh
· Research Area: Language, Literacy, Muliticulturalism and Research in Higher Education
· Title: Normalising Covid Pandemic Era Education Practices for Post Covid Era Education Sustainability
· Abstract: The Covid-19 pandemic era has witnessed a drastic transformation in terms of delivery of education worldwide to ensure minimal disruption and maintain sustainable education for all as well as quality education in line with SDG4. Introduction of the usage of new technologies to assist teaching and learning, intensifying the use of technology with a change from blended or hybrid mode to online mode and new norms of teaching and learning culture became the norm of Covid-19 pandemic era. Various challenges were faced by educators, students, and other education stakeholders to survive and ensure the sustainability of education during the Covid-19 era. After the gradual phasing out of Covid-19 pandemic era, questions such as continuing with the new norm or converting to pre Covid-19 era teaching and learning norms arose. Therefore, reshaping the role of education to embrace the new norms of Covid-19 pandemic and implementing good education practices post Covid-19 have become more crucial now. Education stakeholders worldwide need to move forward and not revert to pre Covid-19 practices as the new education norms of Covid-19 practices have to a certain extent proven to make teaching and learning more efficient, effective, less costly, accessible and many more. These factors will be discussed and addressed to identify the opportunities and potential for an amalgamation of pre and during Covid-19 education norms and also creation of new post Covid-19 education norms.
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