The Implications of Generative AI on Teaching and Learning

Digital Learning & Innovation (DL&I) and the Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL) at Boston University are pleased to announce the Generative AI in Education Information Series to discuss the implications of this evolving technology for teaching and learning. We cordially invite you to join us for this vital conversation on a subject of growing relevance to the field of education. Engage with your peers and thought leaders as we navigate this exciting frontier together. In this session, associate provost Chris Dellarocas will inaugurate DL&I and CTL's fall term Generative AI series with an introductory discussion on the following essential topics: Understanding Generative AI: How do tools like ChatGPT work? What principles are at play? Challenges and Opportunities: What are the implications for teaching and learning? What challenges exist? The Role of Educators: How might the job of a teacher change in response to these tools? Preparing for Change: What can you do now, in the coming academic year, and long-term to prepare? How will DL&I and CTL provide support? This event is focused on providing insights and fostering understanding rather than discussing or determining university policy. Your participation will contribute to a constructive dialogue on this evolving subject. Format: Zoom presentation, followed by Q&A

Register by: 8/23/2023
When 11:00 am to 12:00 pm on Wednesday, August 23, 2023
Location Zoom
Contact Name Cindy Vincent
Phone (617) 358-8630
Contact Email csv@bu.edu
Contact Organization Digital Learning & Innovation
Fees Free
Speakers Associate Provost of Digital Learning & Innovation Chris Dellarocas