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AI in Action: Flash Talks on AI Use in the Classroom
May 12 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Date: Friday, May 12
Time: 2pm – 3:30pm PT
Location: Zoom 🌟 Register here for Zoom link 🌟
Join us for a series of 5-minute flash talks by faculty and graduate & undergrad students discussing the potential uses of generative AI in teaching and learning. This event aims to explore the practical implications of AI technology and will provide attendees with an opportunity to engage with speakers and ask questions about their use of ChatGPT and other generative AI technology in their classrooms.
Nushrat “Esha” Esha, Undergraduate student, WI+RE
Logan Juliano, Writing Programs Continuing Lecturer | From Lesson Planning to Classroom Success: Personalized Chatbots for Instructors and Students
Andrew Lee, Ph.D. Student in Psychology | What ChatGPT Has (and Has Not) Learned–or ChatGPT Is a Team Problem for Students and Educators Alike
Gaston Pfluegl, Academic Administrator and Lab Director for the Life Sciences Core | Recalibrating Grade Distribution to Elevate Peer Review for Evaluating Learning
Laurel Westrup, Writing Programs Continuing Lecturer | Co-writing with ChatGPT: A Remixed Assignment
Session facilitated by: EPIC, CEILS, CAT, OTL, and COE