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Artificial Intelligence and Academic Support (Georgia State University-2023)

Pilot introduction of AI enhanced Chat Bot for academic support in large sections of the core curriculum.

Georgia State University was one of the 1st institutions in the country to use an AI-Enhanced Chatbot to address issues of summer melt for new students and continuous enrollment for continuing students. .[1] This project expands the use of this technology to the classroom to increase successful completion of the class.

HERO Mental Health Campaign (Georgia Southern University-2023)

As part of the Mental Health Initiative by the University System of Georgia, the Helping Eagles Recognize Distress and Offer Support was created by a collaborative effort involving the Counseling Center, Athletics, Human Resources, Office of the Dean of Students, Office of Equal Opportunity & Title IX, Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs, Office of Student Wellness & Health Promotion, University Communications and Marketing, University Housing, and University Police. 

Student Housing Living Learning Community (Georgia Gwinnett College-2023)

Student Housing will begin the implementation of Living Learning Communities (LLCs) on the campus of Georgia Gwinnett College.  LLCs are named as a high-impact practice by the American Association of Colleges & Universities, due to evidence-based benefits for students who are participants. Living Learning Communities are an engaging collaboration between Student Housing/Student Affairs and Academic Affairs, where student cohorts live together in residence.

Inclusive Access for Digital Content used as Textbook (East Georgia State College-2023)

We would like to set up inclusive access for all the digital content used as textbook for all sections that require the purchase of a textbook. Inclusive Access, also known as automatic textbook billing, is a sales model for college textbooks. Inclusive access allows for the digital content to be delivered to students by the first day of class. Students have a period to “opt out” before they are billed through their tuition and fees.


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