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!
Mini Boot Camp for Generative AI: Incorporating AI Tools into Your Spring 2024 Teaching
Wednesday, January 3 from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. via virtual or in-person
In this half-day interactive workshop, participants will enhance and reimagine their teaching to integrate with generative artificial intelligence tools. The workshop will combine limited presentations and exemplars of success with significant work time and peer interaction, with the goal of each participant leaving the workshop with a remade assignment for teaching in the era of generative AI. Working collaboratively through discussion and peer-review, we will take AI into consideration with the “4R” approach:
- Review your learning outcomes
- Run your assignments through an AI large language model (LLM) like ChatGPT to see what AI does well and what it does not do well
- Remake assignments to incorporate AI
- Remind students of the role AI should play
Upon registration, participants may request links to introductory AI resources that they can explore prior to the workshop. Choose to attend virtually via MS Teams or in-person, Ekstrom Library Rm 244.