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Towards Understanding the Impact of Real-Time AI-Powered Educational Dashboards (RAED) on Providing Guidance to Instructors

  title={Towards Understanding the Impact of Real-Time AI-Powered Educational Dashboards (RAED) on Providing Guidance to Instructors},
  author={Ajay Kulkarni and Michael Eagle},
The objectives of this ongoing research are to build RealTime AI-Powered Educational Dashboard (RAED) as a decision support tool for instructors, and to measure its impact on them while making decisions. Current developments in AI can be combined with the educational dashboards to make them AI-Powered. Thus, AI can help in providing recommendations based on the students’ performances. AIPowered educational dashboards can also assist instructors in tracking real-time student activities. In this… Expand
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