How will artificial intelligence (AI) shape education? This is an area of rapid growth and one we continue to explore here at Penn State Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT).

We interact with AI daily, though we sometimes don’t realize it. What will education look like when the tools we use are infused and informed by AI?

One area we think AI can help is in course design. We have a few prototypes we want to put in the hands of a small number of faculty, to see if they can help with high-level course design, as well as helping faculty identify new or novel information that can be quickly packaged into homework assignments, case studies, activities, or lecture material.

Our first workshop, Rapid Course Prototyping with AI, is scheduled for Wednesday, May 9, from 9:30-11 a.m. in the TLT Alley (22 Shields Building). Please see the attached flyer for more information.

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2 Responses to Rapid Course Prototyping with AI

  1. Paul Irving says:

    Although I am not a PennState staff member, I’d be very interested in virtually attending this session if that is at all possible. This is an area which our institution is starting to consider and, although we are not yet at the baby-steps stage, it would be quite valuable to us to tap into this conversation.

    • Bart says:

      Hi Paul – sorry for not getting back in touch sooner. The software is all behind PSU authentication, and we’re just providing it to a small number of faculty for feedback. I’m sure we’ll post more information here when things start to mature and it’s available to more users.

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