101: Seeking Ways for Generative AI to be a Tool for Learning: Perspectives of Students and a Faculty Skeptic

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    Presenter: Elizbeth (Betsy) Cohn (Assistant Professor, School of International Service), Josh Eliot, Nathan Favero & Caroline Xin

    Time: 10:55 AM – 11:45 AM

    Session Description

    Generative AI is here and we have options about how we want students to use it. We will analyze assignments that use AI, evaluating how they help or interfere with student learning. Student perspectives, based on surveys and student panelists, will be shared on why students do or don’t use AI.

    Learning Outcomes

    • Examine the benefits and limitations of generative AI in our teaching
    • Recognize the student perspectives on generative AI as a tool for learning
    • Analyze some assignments that use AI to determine if they promote or impede student learning
    • Explore incentives for students to not use generative AI

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