Tag: ai

  • Elevate your teaching in a faculty learning community

    The growth of any craft depends on shared practice and honest dialogue among the people who do it. We grow by trial and error, to be sure—but our willingness to try, and fail, as individuals is severely limited when we are not supported by a community that encourages such risks. – Parker Palmer, The Courage to Teach The Center…

  • Timely Teaching Tips: Weeks 9 and 10 – Delving into the World of AI

    By Emma Larkins, OSU Center for Teaching and Learning What do you know about AI and how it connects to your teaching practice?  Have you begun to explore ChatGPT and the growing world of AI tools? Are you wondering about the implications of these tools and how you might incorporate them into your teaching? As…

  • RAP ON: Does using AI aid learning? There is certainly promise.

    By Regan A.R. Gurung, Associate Vice Provost and Executive Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning and Professor of Psychological Science, Oregon State University It seems like the world is divided into two main groups of people. There are those who think a lot about artificial intelligence (AI) and grapple with how best to have…

  • Apply to Participate! Teaching and AI Faculty Learning Community

    “… education will be able to adapt to AI far more effectively than other industries, and in ways that will improve both learning and the experience of instructors.” –Ethan Mollick, The Future of Education in a World of AI When it comes to artificial intelligence (AI) in higher education there is a lot to consider. …

  • AI on Campus: Upcoming CTL Podcast Explores Artificial Intelligence and Education

    By Raven Chakerian, Blended Learning Faculty Fellow, Center for Teaching and Learning Part of the intrigue of a podcast is its storytelling nature, and the origin story of an upcoming Center for Teaching and Learning podcast on teaching and Artificial Intelligence (AI) marks no exception. In graduate school, I looked forward to the articles focusing…

  • My Increasing Fascination and Use of Generative AI

    By Laura Rees, Associate Professor, College of Business Editor’s Note: This faculty guest post marks the first anniversary of the public release of ChatGPT. The Center for Teaching and Learning invites first-person posts from OSU faculty about applications of generative AI to teaching and learning. What do providing source code for how to show videos…

  • Can AI Tools Reshape the Way We Educate?

    By Dr. Shrikant Londhe, Dept. of Chemistry History has shown that when new technologies emerge, there is often resistance and skepticism regarding their adoption. The introduction of tractors and other mechanized equipment received apprehension from farmers in India, who were concerned about their jobs being taken away by machines. However, those who embraced the technology…

  • New!  Apply to Join the Teaching and AI Faculty Learning Community

    “Ready or not, ChatGPT is now in your classroom. It can write papers, essays, and poems. It can create art and write computer code in many languages. This is not however the time to panic; it is the time to focus on the value you offer students as their instructor.” –Ryan Watkins, Update Your Course…

  • 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…