Tag: events

  • 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 […]

  • 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, https://eliterate.us/chatgpt-post-asugsv-reflections-on-generative-ai/ Are you already using generative AI in your teaching? Or just curious about these new tools, but haven’t had time […]

  • Exciting and Engaging Undergraduate Students in a Post-COVID Classroom

    Join us: Keynote Speaker Dwaine Plaza and Professor of Sociology will present “What is good teaching in the Post-Covid 19 classroom.” This is still a key question that faculty are currently wrestling with in higher education because the culture and students’ expectations have dramatically changed since March 2020. During this presentation, he will use his […]

  • ChatGPT = Giant Pedagogical Transformer? Join the Conversation about AI Tools

    Wow! The late 2022 buzz about ChatGPT and other generative AI tools has quickly become a crescendo that is ubiquitous in conversations about teaching and learning in higher ed this spring. Questions abound: How do AI tools work? In what aspects is their output biased? Should their use be discouraged or celebrated in the college […]

  • Celebrating our Teaching Award Winners!

    Every year, close to 2,000 OSU teaching faculty work hard to provide our students with an exceptional college experience. Being an effective educator takes work. Course design, assessment and course delivery all involve energy. Over the last few years, our teaching faculty kept teaching even through a pandemic.  We, the staff of the Center for […]

  • RSVP NOW for the CTL’s Celebration of Quality Teaching!!

    Thursday, May 4, 2023, 4:30pm – Reception to follow | MU Horizon Room 49 Hors d’oeuvres and non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages will be served after a short program recognizing Teaching Awardees, and a presentation by Dwaine Plaza, recipient of the 2022 Richard M. Bressler Senior Faculty Teaching Award. RSVP at https://beav.es/SiC

  • Course Design Bootcamp

    Have you heard of the Course Design Institute? How about the Course Design Bootcamp? Join the CTL in a streamlined sequence of workshops and activities to learn backwards course design approaches to (re)develop your course. Two consecutive Friday afternoons. March 17 & March 24 | 2PM to 5PM | LINC 307 | Space is limited. […]

  • Center for Teaching and Learning Opportunities

    We are nearing the end of Fall term.  As we descend into the hectic last week of the term, here are some great opportunities for December and beyond (space limited so sign up soon). Also help us shape your future faculty development options by taking this 3 min survey. Course Design Institute: Join CTL and […]

  • Respite, Renewal, and Looking Ahead!

    On behalf of the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), thank you for your passion and commitment to excellent teaching. During the 2021-2022 academic year, many obstacles arose, yet, you went above and beyond to continue serving the needs of our students. We hope you are able to find respite and renewal this summer and look […]