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This course is designed for faculty members interested in learning more about artificial intelligence and how it might be used in the classroom. Students will gain foundational knowledge in AI, learn effective prompting techniques, and explore innovative classroom activities. The course aims to equip educators with practical skills to enhance student engagement and learning outcomes through AI applications.

MVLA: Language & Equality (CTLE-M228-530)

A introduction into linguistic theory to appreciate the power of language over our thoughts and reality; how our language choices reflect the world to our students, and how we can help our students use language in a way that is inclusive and effective.

MVLA: Chat/GPT for Teachers (CTLF-M222-530)

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.

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CTL Updates for January 24, 2022

This week’s post highlights online course development applications, office 365 accessibility tips, upcoming MVLA programming, and registration for a live webinar on removing completion barriers for non-traditional students.

MVLA: Adding Colors to Your Canvas Palette – Additional Tools for Teaching and Assessment in Canvas

Participants will be exposed to various technologies that they can use to improve student learning and make information more accessible to students through their Canvas courses. This MVLA course will focus on providing faculty with information and strategies that may be used to improve their Canvas courses. You can register through MVConnect . For more information, contact Jim McIntyre at 708-608-4059 or