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Let's Chat About ChatGPT

Ethical Considerations for the use of GenAI Chatbots in Education

Friday, April 26, 2024
2:00pm – 3:15pm
Online via Zoom
Intended Audience(s): Faculty
Categories: Workshops & Training
Registration required.

Join us for a session with Generative AI and Pedagogy series guest speaker, Professor Torrey Trust, to explore the potential of AI as a tool for teaching and learning.  In this interactive webinar, you will discover how generative AI chatbots (e.g., ChatGPT, Gemini, Copilot, Claude) are shaping education and society, and what that means for students and educators. You will learn about critical issues surrounding the use of these tools, including academic integrity, student data privacy, intellectual property and copyright laws, misinformation, and bias. As you explore the ethical considerations regarding the use of AI in education, you will be empowered to make an informed decision about when AI should and should not be used for teaching and learning.

Torrey Trust, Ph.D. is a Professor of Learning Technology in the College of Education at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her work centers on the critical examination of the relationship between teaching, learning, and technology; and how technology can support teachers in designing contexts that enhance student learning. Dr. Trust has received the University of Massachusetts Amherst Distinguished Teaching Award (2023), the College of Education Outstanding Teaching Award (2020), and the ISTE Making IT Happen Award (2018), which "honors outstanding educators and leaders who demonstrate extraordinary commitment, leadership, courage and persistence in improving digital learning opportunities for students." More recently, Dr. Trust has been a leading voice in exploring ChatGPT in education and has been featured by several media outlets in articles and podcasts, including U.S. News & World Report, WIRED, Tech&Learning, The HILL, EducationWeek, and BAM Radio Network.

Registration is required. Please register here: https://libcal.dartmouth.edu/event/12325613

For more information, contact:
Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning

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