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Educators are currently filled with rollercoaster emotions and reactions. There is a lot of excitement and fear in the air about the use of AI in education. A range of perspectives and positions are currently shared openly and widely in publications and panel discussions. 

This collection captures where we are at this moment in time with our collective thinking about potential alternative uses and applications of AI that could make a real difference and potentially create new learning, development and opportunities for our students and educators, for all of us. The collection is based on an open invitation to all educators and students to share ideas on how AI tools such as ChatGPT, DALL·E 2, and Midjourney, for example, could be used in inventive ways for learning, teaching and scholarship. 

All of the contributions are from authors across 19 countries: Australia, Canada, China, Egypt, Germany, Greece, India, Israel, Italy, Ireland, Jordan, Liberia, Mexico, South Africa, Spain, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom and the US. 

The collection is made available as an Open Educational Resource (OER) via the #creativeHE website, Zenodo and further platforms. As the collection is made available under the Creative Commons License CC-BY-NC-SA, anybody can use the collection as open data to further interrogate the use of AI in Education. Please share any resulting further outcomes with the editorial team and the wider community. 

Edited by Chrissi Nerantzi, Sandra Abegglen, Marianna Karatsiori, Antonio Martínez-Arboleda. 

Graphic Design by Bushra Hashim

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