AI EDUCATIONAL TOOLS AND BUSINESS SCHOOLS: A WEBSITES’ CONCEPTUAL CONTENT ANALYSIS

Maria Clara Dicataldo, Anna Dipace

Abstract


The literature presents limited studies regarding the use of AI tools in the classroom. Through a conceptual content analysis carried out on the websites content of the top 100 BSs in the world, the present study intended to detect the implementation of AI tools in the classroom; the pedagogical approaches and training offered to instructors for its use. Only 6 websites out of 100 contained relevant information for the coding purpose and provided an answer to the research questions posed.


Keywords


AI educational tools; business education; Business Schools; pedagogical approaches; faculty development.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32043/gsd.v8i2.1186

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