Tag: learning

  • 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 […]

  • PedAIgogy Post #3 – Can ChatGPT Be a Good Thing for Higher Education? Prospects and Limitations

    By Eboni Gill, M.Ed., Spring 2023 CTL blended learning intern > ChatGPT, an advanced language model developed by OpenAI, has generated controversy within the higher education community. One key concern is the potential impact on academic integrity. As ChatGPT can generate human-like responses, there are worries that it could be used by students to cheat […]

  • How to Read for a Course

    About the Author: Syd Pruitt is a senior undergraduate honors student studying Psychology, English, and Education. She is currently in the process of applying to PhD programs around the country to further her study of Psychology and the impact that teaching and learning has on people throughout life. Reading academic texts assigned in class is often […]

  • Student Tech

    The Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac 2013 was published this week, complete with insights from the EDUCAUSE Center for Analysis and Research’s annual survey of college students and IT.  This year’s survey collected data between February and April from 112,000 students at 251 institutions.  Five interesting findings: What device do the most students own?  Smartphone?  […]