ChatGPT Teaching Talk Series (2023 Spring)

Join us this 2023 spring semester to explore ChatGPT, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Teaching and Learning.

Upcoming Talks

March Teaching Talk

Join us on March 9 from 2-3 p.m. for “Preventing Cheating with AI: Strategies for Dealing with ChatGPT Misuse,” Presented by Christine Denison, Roger P. Murphy Professor in Accounting / Associate Professor. RSVP to attend.

Previous Talks

January Teaching 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).

February Teaching Talk

“How to Use ChatGPT to Boost Your Research and Teaching,” presented by Abram Anders, Associate Professor of English and Director of Communication Innovation,