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Pedagogical opportunities of AI and writing

Undoubtedly, the future of writing will be shaped by generative AI tools such as ChatGPT. A report from Goldman Sachs researchers has projected that AI will lead to “significant disruption” with around “300 million full time jobs” and argue that “two-thirds of current jobs are exposed to some degree of AI automation while generative AI could substitute up to a quarter of current work.” It is crucial in this era of rapid change that domain experts contribute to shaping futures in ways that align with our deep knowledge and situated understandings of stakeholders …


CELT Workshop: How to Teach with Generative AI

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Iowa State University, Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching:

Artificial intelligence (AI) is quickly becoming integral to our daily lives and educational environments. Yet, our students need guidance on how to use AI tools ethically and productively, particularly with generative AI tools like ChatGPT. Concurrently, instructors are expressing a strong interest in developing engaging, AI-enhanced activities and assignments while minimizing the risks of AI-facilitated cheating.

In this session, we will provide an overview of critical AI literacies for students, and we’ll share tools that instructors can use to help their students master these skills. We will also offer practical resources and scenario-based guidance to help instructors with guiding their students on responsible AI use. This understanding is particularly relevant given Iowa State’s flexible-use AI policies …

Facilitated by Dr. Abram Anders, Interim Associate Director of the Student Innovation Center and Associate Professor of English and Emily Dux Speltz, Ph.D. candidate in the Applied Linguistics and Technology program in the Department of English.

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