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Co-sponsored by the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable (TLTR), the General Education Writing Program, the Academic Integrity Committee, the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE), and Instructional Technology
"Is the college essay dead?" asked Beth McMurtrie in a recent Chronicle article, "AI and the Future of Undergraduate Writing" (13 December 2022) after news broke about the power of Open AI's ChatGPT application. How will artificial intelligence (AI) affect teaching and learning? Will all our students use AI to do their homework? How can we ensure academic integrity? Or is the future of education teaching our students how to use AI effectively? This lunchtime discussion will start from McMurtrie's article and branch out to consider the implications of AI for higher education.
Tuesday, February 14 at 12:30pm to 1:45pm
Munday Library, North Reading Room
Jennifer Jefferson, Director
Center for Teaching Excellence
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