Join Our “Teaching with AI” Course to Explore the Impact of AI on Teaching and Learning, What’s all the buzz about ChatGPT and other generative Artificial Intelligence (AI)? What should instructors know about the pedagogical and ethical implications of teaching with AI? How are students using AI, and what do such uses mean for our classrooms? You are invited to join our “Teaching with AI” Canvas course (PDF) as a self-paced course or a hybrid teaching and learning cohort for the 2023-24 academic year.
“How to Teach with Generative AI: Supporting Students and Designing Learning Experiences,” presented by Dr. Abram Anders, Interim Associate Director of the Student Innovation Center and Associate Professor of English, and Emily Dux Speltz, a Ph.D. candidate in the Applied Linguistics and Technology program in the Department of English on October 13 (1-2 p.m., online via Zoom – RSVP to attend).
“Are Students Reading the Textbook? Where Artificial Intelligence and Learning Science Meet”, presented by Heather Dean (ISU Bookstore) and Dr. Rachel Van Campenhout (VitalSource) on November 2. Time to be determined.
“Use of Grammarly in the Classroom,” presented by Jim Ranalli, Associate Professor of English, on November 10 at 1 P.M.
A subset of Miller Faculty Fellowship funding will be devoted to AI-related projects. Proposals are due in early December.
- “Applying AI-Generated Practice to Textbooks to Improve Teaching and Learning,” presented by Dr. Kelly Odenweller (COMST) and Dr. Rachel Van Campenhout (VitalSource). View Kelly & Rachel’s Talk.
- “Advantages, Questions, and Fears Around AI Uses in Creative Practice.”, presented by Assistant Professor in Art and Visual Culture Johnny DiBlasi and Olmo Amato, Instructor of Photography at the ISU Rome Program. View Johnny & Olmo’s Talk.
- “Preventing Cheating with AI: Strategies for Dealing with ChatGPT Misuse,” presented by Christine Denison, Roger P. Murphy Professor in Accounting / Associate Professor. View Denison’s Talk.
- “Pallbearer for the Term Paper: Beyond ChatGPT,” presented by Michael Bugeja, a distinguished professor at the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, January 3o, 2-3 p.m. View Bugeja’s Talk on YouTube, download the Talk bibliography (docx), and read the recent essay, “If AI kills the essay, I will be a pallbearer at the funeral” (Poynter Institute, January 24, 2023).
- “How to Use ChatGPT to Boost Your Research and Teaching,” presented by Abram Anders, Associate Professor of English and Director of Communication Innovation,