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Faculty Workshops

National University’s teaching and learning workshops are designed to facilitate a rich discussion among all NU faculty engaged in Whole Human Education. Led by our experienced team of experts in higher education, these workshops provide opportunities for faculty to share and discuss effective practices for supporting learners’ needs through inclusive andragogy, transformative educational practices, and data-informed interventions that can lead to meaningful connections.

AI @ NU3
AI @ NU3
Feb 29, 2024, 12:00 PM PST
Online (Zoom)
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.

Click on the tabs below to view our past workshops.

Winter 2023


In this conversation, NU faculty will share how they are experimenting with and implementing ways to use AI in teaching in different fields, while also using it to experiment with improving upon existing tools, models, and practices by using AI in novel ways. These are living experiments with how to teach AI and engage students in using it to innovate existing models and practices. We will also showcase some other ways in which AI is being used across National University. During the workshop, faculty will also have an opportunity to share effective practices, lessons learned, and/or ideas as we collaborate on this topic. 

Recording November 2023
AI at NU (PPT)
A Curated List of AI Resources
Demystifying AI (video)

PT Faculty Attendance Time Entry

Please note: Faculty development funds are available to compensate Part-Time Faculty who participate in each workshop. When adding their hours in the Time Entry system, part-time faculty should select OTLS Prof Dev in the activity field. For detailed instructions, please download the  job aid.

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