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AI @ NU3
AI @ NU3

Thu, Feb 29

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Online (Zoom)

AI @ NU3

You are cordially invited to our third workshop in this very popular series on AI@NU to discover ways that your colleagues are experimenting with AI through their course development, teaching, and research, and the tips, insights, and lessons they have learned so far.

Date

Feb 29, 2024, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PST

Online (Zoom)

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AI @ NU3

Thursday, February 29th, 12pm Pacific Time

You are cordially invited to our third workshop in this very popular series on AI@NU to discover ways that your colleagues are experimenting with AI through their course development, teaching, and research, and the tips, insights, and lessons they have learned so far.

  • SCOE Part-Time Professor of Teacher Ed and 2023 NU Delphi Award Winner Matthew Bamberg asks, “Chat GPT for National Students? Why not?” He will share how he is modeling the use of AI with students in his NU courses, “since they will use it anyway.”
  • Nancy Zingrone, Distinguished Core Part-Time Professor, JFK SOPSS, will share how her students experience with an AI-assisted assignment in PSY-8118, the rationale behind it within the structure of the course, and how it relates to her own research.
  • SCOE faculty Dwayne Wood and Scott Moss will share their innovative work with AI in the MSDIET program.
  • SOTE faculty James Juarez and Ben Radhakrishnan, with Nelson Altimaturo (SOBE) will provide an overview of their ongoing research on “explainable AI” and how they are engaging students in using AI to innovate project management practices.

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