During the sixth session in our monthly series, we will be joined by Amanda Bickerstaff, a frequent consultant, writer, and speaker on the topic of AI in education, who will share her ideas on how teachers can maximize their potential through the adoption of AI. Panelists: Kelsey Behringer, Chief Executive Officer, Packback; Amanda Bickerstaff, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, AI for Education Register here to register for Roundup #6
During the fifth session in our monthly series, we’ll highlight some amazing work that is coming from faculty, administration, and institutions as they navigate this new and rapidly changing technology. Our rotating panelists—experts in education and technology—will provide insight and advice during a dedicated Q&A. Panelists: Kelsey Behringer, Chief Executive Officer, Packback; Dr. Lauren Swierc Falkowski, Assistant Dean, Academic Affairs, Union College Register here to register for Roundup #5.
Join the third of our monthly webinar series on Generative AI. During this podcast-style session, we’ll discuss the latest developments in AI and the impact it’s having on the education community. We’ll also cover how the latest advancements in generative AI can be used to enhance teaching and learning, and discover new tools and resources for incorporating AI into your classroom. This session is for both faculty and administration, and participants will receive the latest information to aid them in being thought leaders around AI. Register here today to be part of the conversation. (There is no registration fee, but […]
This course will familiarize faculty members with what ChatGPT and AI are and how faculty members can use ChatGPT in their classrooms and in their assessments. The strengths and weaknesses of AI and AI detection will be discussed, as well as the ethics and concerns of AI’s presence in education and in our world today.
League of Innovations and Packback is facilitating this webinar which is designed for educators across all levels and disciplines, equipping them with the tools to teach their students about generative AI, specifically as it relates to your discipline. Over half of our students are using generative AI. It is imperative that we teach our students how to appropriately and ethically use generative AI. During this workshop, you’ll learn how instructors have been teaching their students about generative AI—with and without the actual use of any AI product—and begin crafting your own lesson plan and/or learning activities to implement this fall. […]