How to Enhance Student Engagement and Success with AI Tutor Pro

 Ban AI 2024

Learn how to put student engagement and success at the forefront of your teaching strategies by incorporating AI Tutor Pro, a free app developed by Contact North. 

The app enables students to:

  • Learn anything, anytime, anywhere on mobile devices or computers
  • Engage in dynamic, open-ended conversations through interactive dialogue
  • Check their knowledge and skills on any topic  
  • Select introductory, intermediate and advanced levels, allowing them to grow their knowledge and skills on any topic  

Key takeaways
Tuning in to this engaging webinar presentation allows you to:

  • Understand how AI Tutor Pro provides highly personalized learning, enabling students to explore any subject, at any time, from anywhere, free of charge
  • Learn how the app facilitates engaging and meaningful dialogues that encourage interactive learning; this feature plays a crucial role in fostering critical thinking and enhancing students' understanding of the subject matter
  • Discover how to customize the learning experience by selecting language, learning level and complexity of concepts
  • Use AI Tutor Pro to promote social learning in class or online
  • Find out how the app can be used for second language learning
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This event is organized and managed by Contact North. You will be redirected during the registration process. If you require technical support, please communicate directly with Contact North. This webinar is offered as free additional resources. The opinions expressed in it do not necessarily reflect the views of the TLSS or the University of Ottawa.

Leading the session (in alphabetical order)

Ron Owston PhD

Contact North Research Associate in AI in Higher Education

Dr. Owston leads Contact Nord’s development of a series of major AI in higher education apps and tools, including AI Tutor Pro and AI Teaching Assistant Pro. 

A pioneer in teaching and learning with the web since its early days, Dr. Owston specializes in the evaluation of technology-based educational programs across multiple sectors. His extensive body of work includes numerous publications in top-tier journals and significant contributions to the field of blended learning in higher education.

He is a university professor emeritus, former dean of the Faculty of Education, and founding director of the Institute for Research in Learning Technologies at York University in Toronto, Canada.

Event details

Start date Thursday, May 9, 2024 - 11:00 am
End date Thursday, May 9, 2024 - 12:00 pm
Duration 60 min
Seats available 300
Organizer Contact North
Language English event
Delivery mode Online via Zoom
Location Online via Zoom (Contact North Webinars)