Late in 2022, ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence writing assistant from OpenAI, began to roil the pedagogical waters of higher education. Since then, faculty from every discipline have been grappling with the opportunities and threats posed by the new technology.
Those curious about how ChatGPT works, or to learn how faculty and students might use AI writing assistants, can attend a workshop on teaching and learning with AI from 2-3:15 p.m. on March 3, 2023 on Zoom. The workshop, facilitated by faculty and staff from Boise State’s Center for Teaching and Learning, eCampus Center and Learning Technology Solutions, will give participants hands-on practice with ChatGPT, as well as an opportunity to discuss its implications for higher ed with colleagues from around the state.
“Teaching and Learning with Artificial Intelligence” is designed for faculty at Idaho colleges and universities; educational developers, instructional designers, and teaching assistants from those institutions also are welcome to participate. Register for the workshop in advance.