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The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment recently released a position statement on use of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) in teaching and learning. In this workshop, Associate Director for Faculty Programming Jeremy Henkel Ohio University will reintroduce this statement and provide specific scenarios for instructors seeking to ethically use GenAI in their own courses to support student ethical use of GenAI.


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


During and following this session, participants will:

  • Review a framework for AI literacy.
  • Prepare themselves for assisting students with AI literacy.
  • Identify their own positions on ethical use of GenAI in the classroom.
  • Determine their responses to several scenarios involving student use of GenAI. 


The session will be delivered synchronously via Teams from 10 to 11 a.m., Tuesday, June 25. 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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