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The Center for Teaching and Learning invites all faculty to participate in a two-part workshop series, "Fostering Real Intelligence in an AI World" on Friday, January 27, 1-2:30 p.m. (in PAB 332) and Friday, February 10 12-1:30 p.m. (in Vollum 116).
The emergence of new artificial intelligence tools like Chat GPT has generated a lot of conversation, interest, and anxiety about the landscape of higher education. Facilitated by Adam Groce and Mary Ashburn Miller, this two-part workshop series will explore both short-term and long-term implications of these emerging and evolving technologies. In Workshop One, “ChatGPT, Language Learning Modules, and Your Syllabus,” we will learn about ChatGPT, explore what it can and can’t do, and think about developing policy statements for our classes and designing ChatGPT-proof (or ChatGPT-resistant) assignments. In Workshop Two, “Artificial Intelligence and the Transforming Higher Ed Classroom,” we will think about if and how these emerging technologies might change what, how, and why we teach, and explore the longer-term implications of language technologies on what it means to be an educated human in the 21st century.
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