Generative AI Basics Workshop

Tuesday, 2/27, 1:00 pm-2:30 pm

This workshop is designed for instructors, students, and staff who are interested in learning the basics of generative artificial intelligence and its applications in both academic and everyday settings. By completing this workshop, participants will gain a basic understanding of common GenAI tools and its relevance to various educational and professional contexts. Additionally, participants will be introduced to high-level ethical and equity issues, which will prepare you for further, more extensive training opportunities.

Workshop Outline:

  • What is GenAI? 
    • Unpacking key concepts and terminology
  • Different types of GenAI models relevant to education 
    • Text, image, code generation 
  • Academic Integrity
  • Equity and Bias Concerns
  • Privacy and Legal Concerns

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Session level: Beginner
Sponsor(s): Teaching and Technology Collaborative
Presenter(s): Brandon Blinkenberg, Monica Hickson, Angela Marocco, Hetal Thaker

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