This event is part of the CTLT Spring Institute, taking place from May 29–June 1, 2023.
Generative AI is increasingly being explored in the academic teaching and learning sphere, presenting new opportunities for interdisciplinary learning and critical thinking through data analysis and synthesis. At the same time, it raises important questions about academic integrity and ethics, requiring careful consideration of issues such as plagiarism, data privacy, and the responsible use of AI-generated content in the academic setting.
In this hands-on session, we will explore various generative AI tools (e.g., ChatGPT, Bing), demonstrate how to write effective prompts and critically assess the content generated. We will discuss the capabilities and limitations of such tools, as well as some ethical considerations. Through the session, we will discuss the application or barriers of Generative AI to various teaching contexts and disciplines, including brainstorming together ideas for designing activities and assessments for your own classrooms in an era of Generative AI.
Please attend if you would like to:
- Explore Generative AI tools to familiarize yourself with their capabilities and limitations
- Discuss ways of mitigating or or integrating Generative AI in your teaching and/or assessment strategies
- Christina Hendricks, Professor of Teaching, Philosophy; Academic Director, CTLT
- Lucas Wright, Senior educational consultant, CTLT
- Marie Krbavac, Faculty Liaison (Science), Skylight, CTLT
- Manuel Dias, Educational Consultant: Learning Design, CTLT
- Judy Chan, Faculty associate, Faculty liaison (Land and food Systems), CTLT
- Noureddine Elouazizi, Learning Strategist, CTLT
We encourage participants to also attend an online panel session on Generative AI before this workshop, “Teaching and Learning in the Time of ChatGPT,” discussing academic integrity and institutional expectations, among other things on May 29 from 9:30-10:30 am.
This event will be hosted on Zoom.