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Generative AI and “Routine” Work: The Do’s and Don’ts (Hosted in person) In-Person

Generative AI is not just in our classrooms, nor is it an option for our students only; It has become a tempting, potentially beneficial, unknown path for faculty to traverse. Is it OK to use tools like ChatGPT and/or Dall-E for tasks like writing letters of recommendation, cover letters, and emails? What about using it to generate ideas while developing syllabi, lesson plans, classroom activities, and assignments? Might it be OK to grade our students' work in such a manner? And might AI help us with research ideation?

Please join us for an open and exploratory, yet directed discussion on generative AI use in our daily professional lives. Via guided discourse we will begin to make sense of these issues so that we may make more informed and meaningful pedagogical decisions.

Facilitators: Jennifer Zaylea, Digital Media Specialist, CAT; Benjamin Brock, Postdoctoral Fellow, CAT

Date:
Wednesday, April 3, 2024
Time:
10:00am - 11:00am
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Location:
TECH 109
Campus:
Main Campus
Categories:
  In-Person Teaching with Technology Workshop  

Registration is required. There are 17 seats available.