Generative AI/ChatGPT Workshops
The Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning is partnering with faculty and staff across the institution to consider how the rise of generative AI such as ChatGPT is shifting the landscape of teaching and learning.
We invite you to join the discussion by attending our continuing series of workshops. Each workshop showcases different focuses of how UofL educators and students are using AI/ChatGPT, as well as help participants brainstorm how they may engage with AI in their course development.
For more information on how generative AI is being used in higher education, visit our resource webpage.
Upcoming Workshops: Save the date!
Chatting about ChatGPT
Wednesday, October 4, 12 - 1:15 p.m.
We are proud to partner with the Writing Center for this informal conversation about teaching in the era of ChatGPT and other forms of Generative AI. Please join us and share your experiences and challenges as well as exchange potential solutions and success stories.
Choose to attend in-person in the Delphi Lab, Ekstrom Library 244 or virtually on MS Teams.
Teaching with AI: Emerging Research and What it Means for Higher Education
Thursday, November 2, 12 - 1:15 p.m. via Microsoft Teams
What are we learning about the implications of ChatGPT and other forms of AI on higher education? Co-sponsored by the Delphi Center and the Writing Center, we will first summarize emerging empirical research on how AI is affecting students and instructors. In the second half, participants will discuss ideas and next steps for their own instruction given research findings.