Designing and Evaluating an Artificial Intelligence Literacy Programme for University and Secondary School Students

Project: Research project

Project Details


In this digital society, in which the application of artificial intelligence (AI) is growing rapidly, it is essential for university and secondary school students to be literate in AI. This study aims to design and evaluate an AI literacy programme to be delivered to 360 students over two years by deploying the flipped classroom learning approach. We propose a two-dimensional conceptual framework for AI literacy: the cognitive dimension covers AI concepts and methods for engaging with AI, evaluating AI applications, and using AI for problem solving; and the affective and sociocultural dimension covers empowerment by AI and the ethical use of AI. Pre-/post-course surveys and tests and focus group interviews will be conducted to evaluate how effective the programme is in equipping the students with AI concepts, developing their awareness of AI, and empowering them. Furthermore, the effectiveness of the flipped classroom learning approach for the AI literacy programme will be assessed. This study will contribute to the development of a programme for promoting AI literacy and the validation of instruments for evaluating AI concepts, AI literacy, and AI empowerment. The impacts of the study will include the promotion of AI literacy in society, especially among the young generation, and the encouragement of ethical AI use.

Funding Source: UGC - Research Matching Grant (RMG)
Effective start/end date01/11/2030/06/23


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