Curious about ChatGPT in Teaching and Learning?

Do yourself a favor. Explore. Immerse yourself in it. We’ve landed on a new planet. Yes, we face dangers, some of which are unknown. Still. A new planet. And we’re on it. –Michael Feldstein,

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Are you already using generative AI in your teaching? Or just curious about these new tools, but haven’t had time to try them?

Join CTL and UIT-Academic Technologies in conversations around ChatGPT and generative AI at four upcoming Oregon State University faculty drop-in discussions about the impact of generative AI on education. What are your concerns? What are the potential benefits for you and your students? Can teaching and learning be significantly enhanced?

Bring your questions and your curiosity as we explore together:

  • Corvallis campus: May 3 at 2 p.m. and May 16 at noon in the LINC 468 Faculty Lounge. Optional: Bring a laptop to try ChatGPT.
  • Zoom: May 11 at 11 a.m. and May 22 at noon.

See the May CTL events calendar for details about each event, including the links for the Zoom sessions. Drop in for any portion of these sessions. No registration needed, but OSU authentication is required for the virtual sessions, so please log in to Zoom using ONID to ensure access.

CTL encourages faculty to contact us if you would like to schedule a consultation about AI tools in teaching and learning. See ChatGPT and Other AI Tools: Implications for Teaching and Learning for additional information.

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