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Seminar: Tips on Successful Publications in BJET

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July 10, 2024 (Wed)


Room 408-410, Meng Wah Complex, HKU / Online via Zoom (Hybrid mode)


2:00 PM - 3:30 PM


Professor Mutlu Cukurova
Seminar: Tips on Successful Publications in BJET

Tips on Successful Publications in BJET

Professor Mutlu Cukurova
Professor of Learning and Artificial Intelligence

University College London

Date: July 10, 2024 (Wednesday)
Time: 14:00 – 15:30 (HKT)
Venue: Room 408-410, Meng Wah Complex, HKU /
Online via Zoom (Hybrid mode)

Chair: Professor Xiao Hu

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This session will aim to be relevant for postgraduate researchers and early career colleagues. Giving some insights into the academic publication process from the Editor-in-Chief of BJET point of view. In this session, I will briefly present the aims and goals of BJET and present key information on what kind of manuscripts we publish, how they are evaluated, and our vision for the future of the journal. I will conclude my presentation with some tips for early career researchers and PhD students who are aiming to publish in BJET. I will leave plenty of time for a Q&A session with participants so that I can address any specific queries from the participants.

About the speaker:

Mutlu Cukurova is Prof.essor of Learning and Artificial Intelligence at University College London. Prof. Cukurova investigates human-AI complementarity in education, aiming to address the pressing socio-educational challenge of preparing people for a future with AI systems that will require a great deal more than the routine cognitive skills currently prized by many education systems and traditional approaches to automation. Prof. Cukurova is the Director of the UCLAIT team and works with UNESCO's Unit for Technology and AI in Education as an external expert. He contributed to numerous influential policymaking documents including UNESCO’s recent report on Guidance for generative AI in education and research and the report on UNESCO AI competency frameworks for teachers. He was the programme chair of the International Conference of AI in Education in 2020 and CSEDU in 2022, currently serving as the editor of the British Journal of Educational Technology and an Associate Editor of the International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction.

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