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Let’s talk about ChatGPT Panel
March 21 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm | Virtual and In Person
ChatGPT rolled out as a disruptive and instantly polarizing new technology. Should we see it as an impediment or an asset to student learning? Should we just look to other new technologies to detect student use of ChatGPT, or could there be pedagogical applications of ChatGPT that could further learning? On campus, faculty are shaping the future of ChatGPT through their choices in the classroom. We hope you will join us on Tuesday, March 21, from 12:00-1:30 to learn about how ChatGPT works and to hear from UC Santa Cruz faculty on how they are thinking about and even incorporating ChatGPT in their course planning. Panelists include Leilani H. Gilpin, Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Engineering; Zac Zimmer, Associate Professor of Literature; and Jennifer Parker, Professor of Art. This event is co-sponsored by The Humanities Institute and Humanizing Technology, Humanities Division.
To attend, join us in the Teaching and Learning Lab (McHenry Library 2359), or register by Zoom.
CITL event page with more info: https://citl.ucsc.edu/resources/chatgpt/