Much has been said about the potential — and potential pitfalls — of AI tools like ChatGPT. What do faculty members and administrators need to know as they look toward a more AI-enabled academic future?
The Chronicle brings together a panel of experts to discuss this hot-button issue in a virtual forum, “ChatGPT and Other Cutting-Edge Learning Tech.”
Join us to hear their thoughts on topics like:
- What educators need to know about research, writing, tutoring, and grading tools such as ChatGPT and other generative AI tools.
- How colleges can best prepare their faculty members to teach with and about AI.
- How to teach students to use AI tools wisely.
Host: Beth McMurtrie, senior writer, The Chronicle of Higher Education
- Betsy Barre, executive director, Center for the Advancement of Teaching, Wake Forest University
- Anna Mills, writing instructor, Open Textbook Author, College of Marin
- Steven Weber, vice provost for undergraduate curriculum and education, Drexel University
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