Transdisciplinary Approaches to Critical Teaching with AI

Project Overview

This project brings together six co-PIs from disparate disciplines who plan to incorporate an AI tool into their course curriculum design in the 2023-24 academic year. The overall project will explore multiple perspectives on how AI tools can best support student learning and the scaling of innovative teaching in a variety of disciplinary settings and with varied student populations.

Project Team

  • Daniel Guberman, Assistant Director for Inclusive Pedagogy, Center for Instructional Excellence and Provost Fellow, Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging
  • Lindsay Hamm, Assistant Teaching Professor, Sociology, Purdue University College of Liberal Arts
  • Lakshmy Mohandes, Associate Instructional Developer Researcher, Center for Instructional Excellence
  • Heidi Fahning, Director of the Research Accelerator Living and Learning Community and Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor, John Martinson Honors College
  • Thomas Gerrish, Assistant Professor and Engineering Librarian, Purdue University School of Libraries and Information Studies
  • Lindsay Weinberg, Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of the Tech Justice Lab, John Martinson Honors College