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How do instructors know if their use of generative artificial intelligence in teaching and learning is effective? This workshop will apply assessment of student learning strategies to specific instructional practices, assignments, and policies using GenAI. 


The examples themselves were developed by three semesters of Faculty Learning Communities. CTLA Associate Director of Assessment Wendy Adams will present case studies and recommend assessment strategies for workshop participants to use given their specific approaches to GenAI incorporation in courses.


The session is designed for and open to all instructors, teaching and teaching support staff, and graduate student instructors.


During and following the session, participants will:

  • Review highly effective assessment of student learning strategies.
  • Review the application of those strategies to GenAI assignments developed by OHIO faculty.
  • Apply those strategies to their own GenAI course enhancements and enrichment.


The workshop will be synchronous via Teams from 10 to 11 a.m., Tuesday, July 16. It is part of a CTLA GenAI and Teaching and Learning summer panel and workshop series that is integrated into the Summer 2024 AI-enhanced Course Redesign Institute pilot.  REGISTER HERE:

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