Leveraging Generative AI in Teaching

Session Format: Remote synchronous (Zoom)

Intended Audience: Faculty, Graduate Students

Facilitator(s): Matt Kaplan and Tessa Tinkle

Panelist(s): Lynn Carpenter, Mika LaVaque, Remi Yergeau

Session Abstract: Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) apps have been the subject of multiple articles, blogs, and conversation in the academy over the past 6 months, especially after the widespread attention garnered by one such app, ChatGPT. Instructors across the country have been grappling with the implications of this technology for their teaching, both in terms of concerns it raises and the promise it has for innovative approaches to engaging students and promoting learning. This interactive remote workshop, co-sponsored by CRLT and the Sweetland Center for Writing, will feature U-M faculty from multiple disciplines who will discuss how they have leveraged Generative AI in creative ways in their classrooms. After presentations from the panelists, participants will have time to ask questions and engage in a discussion about how they can incorporate what they have learned in the session into their own courses.

GTC eligible? Yes, B2

Event Information
Location (Room):
Remote Event
Graduate Students
U-M Graduate Teacher Certificate:
Requirement B2
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