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March 27 2024

AI4Students gets placed second as Research of the Year

The AI4Students initiative by HvA, aimed at preparing all students for an AI-driven future, has proudly secured the second prize in the Research of the Year awards, highlighting the project's significant impact on educational innovation.
This pioneering project, started in 2022, is designed to make non-IT students across HvA 'AI-ready' by integrating AI competencies into their curriculum. Through systematic co-creation with educators and students, AI4Students covers AI impact assessments, development of AI-ready personas, and curriculum enhancements. The achievements are shared through an accessible online methodology, enhancing AI readiness within and beyond HvA's community.
 
Congratulations to everyone who contributed to the project!

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