As we continue our exploration of artificial intelligence this summer, we’re happy to announce the next workshop in our series, Empower Student Learning with AI.

This workshop, scheduled for Thursday, July 26, from 10:30 a.m. through noon, covers some of the same tools we explored in our first workshop, Rapid Course Prototyping with AI, while shifting the focus to students.

During our initial workshop, several teachers outlined compelling use cases for putting our AI-driven tools into the hands of students. These use cases included assistance with student writing assignments, exploration of difficult concepts, and the use of AI to drive in-class discourse.

This month’s workshop will give teachers the opportunity to use three different AI-driven prototypes to identify and explore content, as well as generate assessments in a semi-automated manner. These tools are in the very early stage of development, and participants will have the opportunity to influence the future direction of our work in AI by providing feedback and brainstorming with colleagues.

The workshop will be held in the TLT Alley, Room 22, located at 22 Shields Building on the University Park campus. If you are interested in participating, please sign up here.

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2 Responses to Upcoming workshop will focus on empowering student learning with artificial intelligence

  1. Josiel Delgadillo says:

    Will this workshop be recorded for students who cannot attend the workshop but are interested?

    • Bart says:

      Hi Josiel – this workshop is hands-on, and involves the facilitator moving around the room to work with each participant. This format works well for the participants but tends to not hold up in a recording. We’re happy to talk more with you at any time about our AI software and associated projects.

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