The European Educational Researcher

A Short Review of AI in Education: Perspectives from the Web of Science Database

The European Educational Researcher, Volume 7, Issue 2, June 2024, pp. 41-43
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The advent of artificial intelligence (AI) in education marks a significant shift in pedagogical approaches and learning experiences. This editorial explores recent advancements, challenges, and future directions of AI in education, drawing on key findings from the Web of Science database.
Balta, N. (2024). A Short Review of AI in Education: Perspectives from the Web of Science Database. The European Educational Researcher, 7(2), 41-43.
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