Are you intrigued by the potential of Generative Artificial Intelligence (GenAI) to revolutionise education?  Do you want to explore how GenAI can enhance teaching, learning, and administrative tasks? If so, we invite you to join us tomorrow from 14:00 to 15:30 on campus for our monthly “Exploring AI in Education” workshop.

Our workshop series is designed for both academic and professional services staff who are curious about the role of GenAI in education.

During this session, we will delve into the exciting world of GenAI and its applications in higher education. From classroom innovations to administrative efficiencies, GenAI has the power to transform every aspect of university life.

During the workshop, you’ll have the opportunity to:

  • Discuss the Affordances of AI: Explore how AI can be harnessed to improve teaching and learning experiences for both staff and students.
  • Build AI Literacies: Learn how to navigate and leverage AI tools effectively to enhance your role at Teesside University.
  • Discover Practical AI Tools: Witness practical demonstrations of AI-enabled tools, including the updated Microsoft Copilot GenAI Chatbot and AI Quiz tools for formative assessments.
  • Engage in Interactive Sessions: Participate in hands-on activities and discussions to deepen your understanding of AI in education.

The goal is to empower Teesside University staff with the knowledge and skills needed to embrace GenAI in their daily work. Whether you are a seasoned technologist or new to GenAI, there’s something for everyone in tomorrow’s workshop.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to explore the possibilities of AI in education and discover how it can enhance your role at Teesside University. Join us tomorrow at 14:00 for an insightful and interactive workshop. Secure your spot now by booking your place here.

To book your place on tomorrow’s workshop please click here

Exploring AI in Education Workshop – Join Us Tomorrow (10.04.24 @ 14:00)

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