Join UQ’s Digital Learning Community of Practice as we explore the possibilities and challenges new generative AI. These tools will have a significant impact on the future of work (including our work) and assessment. 

In this session you will have the opportunity to explore, discuss and hear from our panel of UQ staff who will share some of their experiences in working with AI.

UQ’s digital learning community will be working together to grapple with how we adapt teaching, learning and assessment with the advances in Artificial intelligence.


  • Professor Jason Tangen, School of Psychology
  • Dr Aneesha Bakharia, ITaLI
  • Associate Professor Julie Ballantyne, School of Music
  • Dr Tom Doig, School of Communications and Arts
  • Associate Professor Christine Slade, ITaLI
  • Associate Professor Jason Lodge, School of Education & Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

About Learning Analytics and Digital Learning Community of Practice

All UQ staff are invited to attend these sessions aiming to develop a community of practice around learning analytics, evidence-based teaching practice and digital learning. 

Each session intends to cater to a variety of presentation and participation formats including presentions, lightning talks, practical data processing tutorials, predictive model building tutorials, learning tool design sessions, recent publication/conference overviews, as well as panel discussions and debates.

For general enquiries please contact


Online via Zoom and
211, Michie Building (9)