ChatGPT and the Middlebury Classroom
This spring, WRPR, DLINQ, and CTLR are collaborating on workshops focused on ChatGPT in higher education, but more importantly about what the AI tool means for Middlebury.
ChatGPT is developed by OpenAI, and uses machine learning techniques to generate natural language text that can be difficult to differentiate from text written by humans. As a result, ChatGPT has prompted educators to reconsider their teaching methods in this new era of machine-aided learning. This is an ongoing conversation as some faculty are beginning to explore the tool in their pedagogy. More conversations will certainly follow as we all learn about the tool.
List of resources about ChatGPT from 1/27
Ethical Considerations for ChatGPT - Talking Points by Amy Collier from 2/28.
ChatGPT: What Is It and How to Address It in a Syllabus and Course (Jan 2023) - Workshop video and the event description.
What Else you Need to Know about ChatGPT (Feb 2023) - Workshop video and the event description.
The next ChatGPT workshop’s details will be posted on the CTLR faculty development calendar.
Middlebury Meets ChatGPT: Faculty, Students Navigate What AI Means for Learning from the Middlebury Campus (Mar 2023)
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