“Using AI in the Classroom” 

Case Western Reserve University is committed to leveraging technology for the greater good and to advancing the work we do in the classroom. Last semester, an AI in Education Task Force began exploring AI integration in the university’s educational processes, leading to the development of a five-year roadmap. This roadmap emphasizes promoting AI literacy, providing training, and expanding degree offerings.

To engage the community, the AI in Education Task Force is starting a Lunch & Learn series focused on best practices at the university and the AI-related tools available for use at CWRU. These events will showcase AI technologies used in classrooms, featuring speakers who will share program details, student feedback, and lessons learned. Faculty members who attend will have the opportunity to participate in Q&A sessions and view live demos.

The first event takes place Friday, March 29, from noon to 1 p.m. in Kelvin Smith Library’s Collaboration Commons. During this Lunch & Learn, Miro Humer, vice president and chief information officer, and Indra Wangsawiredja, instructional designer/technologist, will provide an introduction to AI followed by information on getting started with AI prompting to maximize the productivity of your generative AI assistant.

Lunch will be provided.

Register via CampusGroups to attend.