ChatGPT: What does the latest AI text generator mean for teaching?

February 16, 2023, 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Intended audience: 
Faculty, Graduate Student Instructors, Instructors

Join a conversation with the Center for Teaching and Learning and your faculty colleagues about ChatGPT, an OpenAI tool that generates human-like responses to open-ended questions. We’ll have a chance to play with the tool and get a better sense of what it can and cannot do. In our discussion, we’ll then consider:

  • With the knowledge of what ChatGPT can produce, how might you adjust your assignments?
  • How can integrating formative assessments into your course design mitigate concerns about Academic Integrity and improve student learning?
  • What are ways to talk about ChatGPT and AI more broadly in the context of Academic Integrity with your students?
  • How could ChatGPT be helpful to you and your students?

If you’re wondering, “Did ChaptGPT write the description of this session?” then you’ll have to attend to find out!

This session will be held via Zoom.

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Research, Teaching, and Learning (RTL)