Author: Cub Kahn

  • Time to Spring into Resilient Teaching! Apply Now

    As winter gradually begins to give way to another verdant Oregon spring, are you looking for an enjoyable way to energize your Corvallis or Cascades campus teaching? Want to join a small, supportive community of faculty focused on resilience and improvement of teaching? Join the Spring ’23 Resilient Teaching Faculty Learning Community sponsored by the […]

  • Build Resilience! Join a Resilient Teaching Cohort This Winter

    Want to be part of a supportive community of faculty focused on resilience and improvement of teaching? Looking for an enjoyable way to energize your Corvallis or Cascades campus teaching? Join the Winter ’24 Resilient Teaching Faculty Learning Community sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL). A small cohort of faculty from across […]

  • Hands-On Exploration of AI Tools: A Starter Session for Educators

    Want to learn how to use ChatGPT and other generative AI tools that are being applied to teaching and learning? Want to explore the potentials of AI in your teaching or other work at OSU? Then join us for a fun, interactive workshop where you will experience AI firsthand on your own laptop. We’ll try […]

  • Panel Discussion: Accelerating Your Research Using AI

    You’re invited to see how OSU researchers across a range of disciplines use Large Language Models and many other artificial intelligence tools to help them understand and summarize research papers, write code for analysis, process and visualize large amounts of data, and much more, in a dynamic panel format.  Where: MU Horizon Room 49 or […]

  • Introduce Yourself to AI in Teaching and Learning

    Want to learn more about the basics of AI tools and implications for teaching and learning? Benefits? Drawbacks? Practical strategies you can take? Join us for either of two upcoming one-hour Zoom sessions that will feature short demos, presentations on considerations for your courses, and an opportunity to connect with colleagues in breakouts to discuss […]

  • Lights, Camera, AI Syllabus Statement, Action!

    Thousands of classroom seats will soon be filled by bright, spirited Oregon State University students. For all students, whether they are first-year undergrads or finishing a doctoral program, this is the first academic year in which widespread use of ChatGPT and other popular generative AI tools will be a major part of teaching and learning […]

  • OSU Resources about AI in Teaching

    Editor’s note: This is an expanded version of the September 7 Inform email Alix Gitelman, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and Senior Vice Provost, sent to Oregon State University faculty regarding OSU resources about AI in teaching and learning. This version provides additional examples and suggestions. Welcome to fall term! Your colleagues in Ecampus and […]

  • Join a Resilient Teaching Faculty Learning Community This Fall

    Searching for a supportive community of faculty focused on resilience and improvement of teaching? Curious about AI tools and other educational technology? Looking for an enjoyable way to energize your Corvallis or Cascades campus teaching this fall? The Resilient Teaching Faculty Learning Community is a professional development program sponsored by the Center for Teaching and […]

  • PedAIgogy Post #5 – Considerations for Integrating AI in Writing Assignments

    By Nadia Jaramillo Cherrez, Oregon State University Ecampus > Generative AI tools are shaping teaching and learning in the educational landscape leading instructors to make urgent changes to their courses. While there are numerous and valid concerns about the use of these tools, ranging from ethical to bias to legal, we all need to recognize […]

  • PedAIgogy Post #4 – How Can We Help Students Think with ChatGPT?

    By Eboni Gill, M.Ed., Spring 2023 CTL blended learning intern > OpenAI’s ChatGPT is a sophisticated conversational AI platform. ChatGPT is intended to engage users in natural and human-like interactions. It has been trained on a massive quantity of text material from the internet, allowing it to comprehend and create intelligible replies in human language […]