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“AI/ChatGPT: Implications for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education”

It seems that pros/cons, ideas and concerns, and curious conversations about ChatGPT are popping up everywhere in higher education. So, what is this artificial intelligence technology and how might it impact teaching and student learning in university classrooms?

The University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education (UCITE) will host a First Fridays talk to explore this topic March 3 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Allen Memorial Medical Library Building’s Herrick Room.

Matthew Garrett, UCITE director, will lead this talk, titled “AI/ChatGPT: Implications for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.”

Faculty members and graduate teaching assistants are invited to attend to share their ideas and concerns about this new technology.

Those who register in advance will be sent an article from Faculty Focus, an online newsletter featuring higher education teaching strategies. Register to attend.

A pizza lunch will be provided.