Skip to Main Content

With Brady Nash, Katherine Batchelor, and  Beth Rimer

The rise of ChatGPT and similar large language models, often referred to as artificial intelligence (AI), poses foundational questions about what it means to write, read, and teach. Much of the popular and educational discourse surrounding AI has fallen into binary, pro-con “hot takes” regarding the impact of these tools on what it means to use writing as a measurement of accumulated knowledge, to evaluate information online, or to plan for instruction. In this workshop, we will engage in discussions of how to foster and support robust, nuanced, “both/and” conversations and approaches to AI in relation to reading, writing, and teaching.

When: Tuesday, October 10 from 1:15—2:35pm

Where: on Zoom

  • Leah M. Henson

1 person is interested in this event