The Global Learning Council (GLC) is committed to advancing the use of science and technology to improve the outcomes for learners of all ages and backgrounds around the world.
GLC brings together thought leaders and practitioners in the effective use of technology to discuss and to help facilitate systems-level solutions and pathways that enhance access to education and improve learning outcomes for people of all ages and backgrounds.
With new leadership, an international secretariat, and a strong team of global advisors and partners with significant domain expertise to help effect systemic transformation in the science and practice of education and learning, GLC has been rejuvenated with renewed mission, scope and action plan.
Postdoctoral researchers are working together on learning outcomes with AI tools through periodic virtual meetings and research exchange visits at partner institutions. The first results will be presented at the GLC meeting in June 2024. The areas are: AI in higher education and the science of learning, EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland; Generalized zero-shot learning methods, Jio Institute, Navi Mumbai, India; Nuclear energy, renewable energy, carbon reduction technologies, and semiconductor devices, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA; Computer interaction and traumatic brain injury, Arizona State University, USA; Natural Language Processing, Deep Learning, Healthcare Informatics and Responsible AI, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India; AI Art Research Center, Seoul National University, South Korea; AI and Child's rights, University of Twente, The Netherlands.
The GLC convenes thought leaders in its annual meetings, working to develop metrics, best practices and standards for learning systems that enhance learning outcomes. The Annual Meeting brings together GLC members and guests to address these key issues in symposia-like sessions that include formal and informal talks, panel sessions, and breakout sessions.
24-25 June 2024