Schedule

Session Tracks Include:

  • Policy
  • Teaching & Learning Practice
  • Research
  • Course Design & Assessment
  • Ethics

Thursday, September 21

Time Session Name
10:00 AM Opening Remarks - View Presentation
10:15 - 11:45 AM Keynote Address - View Presentation
Concurrent Session A Concurrent Session B Concurrent Session C
12:00 - 12:20

Where Ethical Reasoning Meets Data and Design Reasoning: Education in the Era of AI (ID# 37)

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Senay Purzer, Wei Zakharov, and Carla Zoltowksi
PWL

  • Ethics
  • Research

Ethics Research Exploring the Efficacy of ChatGPT in Analyzing Student Teamwork Feedback with an Existing Taxonomy (ID# 25)

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Gaurav Nanda, Siqing Wei, Matt Ohland, Christopher Brinton, Andrew Katz
PWL

  • Research

Research The Role of AI in Storytelling in First-Year Engineering for Effective Learning and Assessment (ID# 15)

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Claudio Freitas PFW
  • Teaching & Learning Practice
  • Course Design & Assessment
12:30 - 12:50

Quantifying the vulnerability of courses to AI-based cheating (ID#30)

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Nodir Adilov PFW

  • Course Design & Assessment
  • Research

Harnessing the Potential of AI-Powered Transcription Tools to Augment Effective Note-Taking and Improve Student Success in General Chemistry (ID#29)

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Farai Gombedza PNW

  • Teaching & Learning Practice

Leveraging AI in the Curriculum via Universal Design for Learning (ID# 8)

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Maggie Broderick PG

  • Course Design & Assessment
  • Teaching & Learning Practice
1:00 - 1:40

Educating and Engaging in Responsible AI Adoption in Higher Education (ID #20)

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Jahna Kahrhoff, Maricel Lawrence, and Deane Larson PG

  • Policy Teaching & Learning Practice

Strategies for Retaining the Art of Liberal Arts: Resisting, Embracing, or Adapting to AI (ID# 4)

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Melinda Zook, Daniel Schiff, and Kaylyn Jackson Schiff PWL

  • Teaching & Learning Practice
  • Course Design & Assessment

Legitimizing the Use of AI as a Learning Tool: Diverting Academic Dishonesty (ID# 6)

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Nicole Hands PWL

  • Teaching & Learning Practice
  • Course Design & Assessment
2:00 - 2:20

Algorithmic Literacy: A Framework for Traversing the AI Terrain in the Undergraduate Classroom (ID #10)

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Samantha LeGrand and Clarence Maybee PWL

  • Teaching & Learning Practice
  • Course Design

Natural Language AI models will force Universities to redesign/restructure Computer Science degrees (ID# 14)

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Jay Johns PFW

  • Research
  • Teaching & Learning Practice

Teaching with AI and Heart: Redefining the Professor’s Role in Higher Education (ID# 12)

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David Pratt PNW

  • Teaching & Learning Practice
  • Course Design & Assessment
2:30 - 2:50

Policy Analysis Develops Leadership in AI-Enhanced Healthcare (ID#5)

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Janet Davis PNW

  • Policy
  • Ethics

Fostering Academic Integrity in the Age of AI: Psychological Perspectives & Strategies (ID# 31)

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Paresh Mishra PFW

  • Ethics
  • Teaching & Learning Practice

Breaking Barriers: Harnessing AI to Foster Inclusivity for Disabled College Students (ID# 23)

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Susan Ferebee PG

  • Teaching & Learning Practice
  • Course Design & Assessment
3:00 - 3:20

AI-Driven Learning: Embrace the Future of Computer Programming (ID#32)

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Rhonda Chicone and Jean Kotsiovos PG

  • Research
  • Course Design & Assessment

Cybersecurity Education in the Age of Artificial Intelligence: A Novel Proactive and Collaborative Learning Paradigm (ID#27)

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Jin Wei-Kocsis PWL

  • Research
  • Teaching & Learning Practice

Engaging with the Ethical Challenges of Generative AI and Unlocking New Possibilities for Assessment Support (ID# 34)

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Cigdem Gurgur PFW

  • Ethics
  • Teaching & Learning Practice
3:30 - 3:50

Introduction to the VRAI Lab (ID# 22)

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Samantha Ooley and Javier Gomez-Lavin PWL

  • Teaching & Learning Practice
  • Research

Start with but Go beyond AI: Leveraging Generative AI Tools for Advanced Business Curriculum Design and Student Engagement (ID# 35)

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Wei He PNW

  • Teaching & Learning Practice
  • Course Design & Assessment

AI and Language Learning: Developing and Assessing Speaking Skills for Academic and Professional Purposes in English as a Second Language (ID# 26)

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Mark Haugen, Kyle Swanson, and Sharry Vahed PWL

  • Teaching & Learning Practice
4:00 - 4:40

Fear & Loathing In The Age of AI (ID# 7)

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Christian Rogers and Josh Polk IUPUI

  • Teaching & Learning Practice
  • Course Design & Assessment

AI Showdown: A Roundtable Rumble on Revolutionizing Education! (ID# 1)

Dr. Heidi Gregory-Mina PG

  • Teaching & Learning Practice

From Theory to Practice: Implementing Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education Classrooms (ID# 17)

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Leigh Dunning, Jessica Manning, Kim Burtch, and Abbey Elliott PG

  • Teaching & Learning Practice

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