🤖 Event Details 🤖
This event is currently being rescheduled
The key objective of this workshop is to assemble faculty, staff, and students who have either actively implemented AI tools in their classrooms or have expressed specific concerns about their use. The goal is to create a space for productive dialogue about the applications and ethical implications of AI in academia.
This workshop aims to encourage the sharing of experiences and best practices, while also addressing ethical and academic integrity issues. The insights gathered will directly inform BC’s policy-making process regarding AI tools, developed by the BC AI Tools Task Force.
The workshop will be conducted online via Zoom. The proceedings will also be recorded for those unable to participate in real time.
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11:00 – 11:10 am (10 mins)
An overview of the AI Taskforce’s role, objectives, and initiatives at BC.
George Rowe, Instructional Designer / Associate Faculty
11:10 – 11:30 am (20 mins)
A condensed review of key AI tools and emerging trends in the educational technology sector.
Morgan Olson, OETA Project Coordinator / Graphic Design Instructor
11:30 – 12:00 pm (30 mins)
Short presentations by faculty members showcasing their concerns with AI, potential uses of AI tools, and the best practices they’ve established in their classrooms.
12:00 – 12:20 pm (20 mins)
A round-table discussion on the ethical concerns and academic integrity issues surrounding the use of AI tools in education.
12:20 – 12:30 pm (10 mins)
Brainstorming session on strategies for expanding the conversation about AI at BC and engaging the wider campus community.
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Last Updated June 7, 2023