SCWS 2020

Future of Education and Work

 

This track will ask participants to consider: Where are science centers and science museums succeeding in engaging their communities in preparing for the future of work? How might science centers and science museums help ensure diverse voices inform the development of advanced digital technologies, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data science—including the implications of those technologies for learning approaches, new skills development, economic growth, privacy, security, and democracy? What opportunities do science centers and science museums have to connect, engage, and partner with new communities and underserved and underrepresented groups to ensure the future of work and learning includes access to opportunity for all people?

 

Future of Education and Work

 

This track will ask participants to consider: Where are science centers and science museums succeeding in engaging their communities in preparing for the future of work? How might science centers and science museums help ensure diverse voices inform the development of advanced digital technologies, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data science—including the implications of those technologies for learning approaches, new skills development, economic growth, privacy, security, and democracy? What opportunities do science centers and science museums have to connect, engage, and partner with new communities and underserved and underrepresented groups to ensure the future of work and learning includes access to opportunity for all people?