March 2023 Archives

AI Round Table: How AI & ChatGPT are Changing Education - A conversation with Inside Higher Ed's Susan D'Agostino (Virtual Presentation)
Monday, April 10th, 2023, 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Susan D'Agostino is an educator turned journalist who covers technology issues for Inside Higher Ed. This year, she has been closely following developments in generative AI and education around the country and at international conferences, and is willing to share her insights with us. Join us for a conversation, facilitated by OTEAR, where we ask Dr. D'Agostino about issues of concern related to technology and the university. Please register and consider contributing a question for our speaker.

AI Round Table: ChatGPT Possibilities and Limitations in a Pedagogical Context (Interactive Live Demonstration)
Tuesday, March 28, 2023, 4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

ChatGPT is a powerful generative AI tool that scans the texts of the Internet and returns answers to questions that are detailed and articulate, though often inaccurate or superficial. Since its release in late November 2022, it has been the subject of much discussion, especially amongst educators fretting about the integrity of their take-home assignments. In this interactive demonstration, we will feed ChatGPT a variety of prompts to find out just what it does well and what it does poorly. This session is meant to assist faculty in designing written prompts, reviewing student work, and understanding this new landscape. Register here.

Faith Zones and Religious Observations in the Classroom
Monday, March 27, 2023, 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

This workshop will provide instructors with the tools and knowledge to ensure that students of all religious backgrounds are respected, and their beliefs are taken into account when assigning work, scheduling class meetings, and setting deadlines. Presenters will focus on understanding religious diversity and will make connections to inclusive and respectful teaching practices. We hope this workshop will help provide faculty with the knowledge and skills to create a more inclusive and welcoming learning environment for all students. This session is brought to us by the NB Offices of the Dean of Students, sponsored by the University Senate, and is Part of the Classroom Inclusivity Series. To attend the workshop or to receive the video recording after the workshop, please register.

SIRS -- Fall 2022 Results Posted

The results of the Fall 2022 Student Instructional Rating Surveys are now avaialble for viewing by students and the university community at the SIRS Results web site. 

A valid Rutgers NetID login is required to view the survey results. Results for teaching assistants are not posted, and open-ended student comments are not posted. Instructors and department administrators should use the "Blue" survey site for complete results.  

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