AI and teaching: share your experience as a speaker at the I EELISA International Conference
Are you a student, teacher, or staff member of an EELISA university who wants to talk about your experience with AI related to teaching? Do you use ChatGPT or similar technologies in your daily tasks (class preparation, paperwork…), or directly in class? Have you found any way to mitigate students using it to cheat without learning? This is your chance to be a speaker in our EELISA conference session and share your experiences on the topic with us!
As part of the 1st EELISA Conference, which will be held in Bucharest on 4-6 October 2023, we are looking for speakers to participate in the session “AI at University: challenges, opportunities and proposals“. The aim of this session is to share the experience of EELISA people with AI tools, such as ChatGPT or Dall-E, and to show different use cases in which teachers and/or students have used them for teaching/learning. They can be useful tools to help us in the University, but like any technology, they can also be used for the bad (for example, cheating on an exam or a job application).
We would love to hear about your experience and find out together the best way to use it in a smart way while preventing bad usage. We hope that from this session we will build a network of people interested in integrating these technologies in teaching, as well as a shared list of recommendations and interesting tools for their use.
HOW TO APPLY
– If you would like to present your use case during the conference, please write to email@example.com with your use case information. If you cannot attend the conference in person, please contact anyway, we could try to connect online or record a short video to share during the conference.
– If you are an expert in any of these technologies, you are also welcome! Write to us if you are interested in sharing your knowledge and its possible applications with other EELISA colleagues.
– If you don’t know any cases but are interested in the topic, come to the session during the conference! It doesn’t matter if you are not familiar with these technologies, the presentation of the session will include a brief introduction to them.
The aim of the session is to better understand AI, how to use it for good in teaching and how to avoid its risks. We also want to create a collaborative network and a list of recommendations/ideas for use. If you prefer to remain anonymous for whatever reason, we are also collecting AI-related experiences. If you use them for teaching, coding, administrative tasks, etc., or have detected students doing so and have addressed it in some way, we would appreciate it if you could leave a short description of your experience(s) in this form https://forms.gle/Z4THqL9uMrffG3eg6 (English or Spanish).