Generative AI/ChatGPT Workshops

Teaching with ChatGPT

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 or our internal SharePoint site includes more recent information on how these technologies are impacting us today.

Upcoming Workshops: Save the date!

Artificial Intelligence: So, How Does it Work?

Friday, February 23, 2 - 3:30 p.m. in the TILL Classroom, 3rd Fl. of Ekstrom Library

During this foundational session on artificial intelligence (AI) in education, participants will discuss many of the fundamental principles underlying AI and explore its diverse applications across the educational landscape. We will also navigate some of the conversations relating to the ethical use of AI, discussing the limitations and considerations associated with this transformative technology. Participants will leave this session with a basic understanding of what AI is, what it may help us achieve and the ethical dimensions guiding its development.

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Leveraging ChatGPT and Firefly to Increase Personal Productivity

Friday, March 22, 9 - 10:30 a.m. in the TILL Classroom, 3rd Fl. of Ekstrom Library

Discover the untapped potential of generative AI to supercharge your productivity as an academic. This hands-on session introduces some practical applications of generative AI, empowering you to streamline many of your day-to-day workflows. You will leave this session with personalized strategies to integrate generative AI tools into your daily routines, unlocking new levels of efficiency and and productivity.

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Using ChatGPT and Firefly to Support Student Learning

Friday, April 19, 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. in the TILL Classroom, 3rd Fl. of Ekstrom Library

This session explores innovative ways to incorporate AI into the classroom, engaging students and enriching learning experiences across disciplines. You will learn how to navigate discussions on AI with students as well as gain practical insights and strategies for seamlessly integrating AI concepts into your courses.

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Contact Robin Zahrndt via or 502.852.8504.

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