Teaching in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

The Office for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning is teaming up with the Teaching and Learning Services team to provide opportunities for you to learn about, explore, and use artificial intelligence tools in your teaching.

We will offer four opportunities this year.

Friday, October 610am-11:30
(OK to come late if you teach at 10)
Thinking through Your Assessments in the Age of AIZoomRegistration form
Thursday, January 1110am-12pmChoose Your Own AI AdventureZoomRegistration form
Tuesday, February 612-1pmComing down from the Summit: Everything you always wanted to know about AI but were afraid to askZoomRegistration form
April 2
12-1pmEdTech Connect: AI Lessons LearnedTBDRegistration form
Table of opportunities to explore AI and its impacts on your teaching practice


Full Descriptions

October 6, 2023 – Thinking through Your Assessments in the Age of AI

As you prepare for the midterms, effective assessment becomes even more critical as a tool to accurately measure student learning. This session is for you if you would like to explore the impacts of AI on your midterms, finals, projects, essays, or other types of assessments this semester. Please come with an assessment you would like to explore.

January 11, 2024 – Choose Your Own AI Adventure

Get ready for the semester! Participants will be able to choose from among various workshops geared toward using AI to support their teaching and their students’ learning. Examples include: Developing a course (writing a syllabus, developing assignments, etc.); Preparing lessons (creating PowerPoints, interactive learning); Supporting student success (teach students how to use AI in their studying); Maintaining Academic Integrity, etc.

February 6, 2024 – Coming down from the Summit: Everything you always wanted to know about AI but were afraid to ask

Did you attend the Academic Summit about AI? Or, do you wish you did? This session is for those who have lingering questions about how to incorporate AI in their classrooms. During this time, we will recap key takeaways about generative AI from the Summit, discuss the basics of AI, and talk through lingering questions you may have about the uses of AI in your classroom.

April 2, 2024 – EdTech Connect: AI Lessons Learned

We will host a panel of instructors who will lead a discussion on the question: “What have we learned about teaching with AI in the last year?” None of us are experts yet, and we are all struggling to prepare students for a world where AI is woven into the fabric of our lives. However, perhaps we can start to get some perspective. Join us as we try to gain some insight on the ways AI has influenced teaching and learning and discuss how we might move forward together.