Supporting Instruction and Learning Through Artificial Intelligence
Hosted in partnership with Wiley University Services
Generative AI landed on our campuses like a comet. We saw it on the horizon but didn’t anticipate its immediacy or impact. How have teaching and learning practices changed, and which shifts will result in long-term learning transformation? How do we foster meaningful learning experiences while navigating the challenges of updating campus policies and academic integrity? WCET surveyed its members and Wiley University Services has consulted with institutions on the topic of AI in higher education. Join this lively discussion as we highlight some key findings and insights and answer participant questions.
Panelists will discuss:
- Adoption of generative AI by institution type.
- Uses of AI in teaching and learning, including ethical considerations.
- How students are responding to generative AI as a tool.
- Leveraging authentic assessments in an AI world.
This webcast will take place via Zoom and is free and open to all. Register to receive the recording. Follow the Twitter feed at #WCETwebcast.
Program Director - Business Intelligence Academic Programs, Saint Mary's University
Visiting Professor of Psychology, University of Tulsa, President Emeritus, International Center for Academic Integrity
Chief Strategy Officer, WCET, Service Design and Strategy Officer, Every Learner Everywhere