TLCoP April 3: Teaching strategies related to AI & student learning 

All Purdue West Lafayette instructors, teaching assistants, staff, and students are invited to join the Teaching and Learning Community of Practice (TLCoP) online Mon., April 3, 3-4 p.m. ET, for the final conversation this semester on artificial intelligence (AI) tools and their effect on teaching and learning at PWL.

TLCoP’s third session of the semester will continue the conversations from Jan. 23 (recording) and Feb. 20 (recording). We will explore how some PWL instructors are incorporating this new technology in their courses. A panel of instructors will briefly share their strategies and experiences, but there will also be plenty of time for attendees to share their own ideas and otherwise contribute to the discussion.

Topics will include specific instructional strategies already being used in PWL courses, how students are engaging with AI tools in these courses, and the learning objectives and assessments that are being applied. We are also interested in what students are saying about AI bots such as ChatGPT, and if plans for the rest of spring and into fall semester are being revisited in PWL courses because of these technologies.

Panelist for April 3 include: 
Yung-hsiang Lu, professor, Elmore Family School of Electrical and Computer Engineering 
Tatiana Ringenberg, assistant professor, Computer and Information Technology, Polytech Institute
Greg Strimel, associate professor, Technology, Leadership, and Innovation, Polytech Institute 

Please register for this Zoom session. Further details on the community of practice are available on the TLCoP website.  

TLCoP is part of the Innovative Learning hub approach to connect PWL instructors to the resources they need to engage students, develop courses in an instructional modality, and enhance learning across the University. Members include the Center for Instructional Excellence, Libraries and the School of Information Studies, Purdue Online, Envision Center, and Teaching and Learning Technologies. To learn more, visit the Innovative Learning website or email
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