The Office of Teaching and Learning, in partnership with CARE-AI, OpenEd, Office of Quality Assurance, McLaughlin Library, Contact North, and the University of Guelph-Humber are currently hosting a Teaching with AI Series.

Faculty, instructors, staff, and students from the University of Guelph, University of Guelph-Humber, and Ridgetown Campus are invited to engage in 17 virtual workshops, panels, drop-ins, and playgrounds on teaching with AI from June 3 to 7.

Registration is open and more information can be found on OTL’s Teaching with Artificial Intelligence Series website.

Sessions include:

  • Redesigning Assessments in the Context of AI
  • Instructor Panel: Navigating AI’s Role in Teaching and Assessment
  • Should I Use Generative AI in my Course – and How do I Make that Clear to Students?
  • Exploring Generative AI Tools
  • Assessing the Impact of GPT on Faculty and Students at UofG: Boon or Bane?
  • Gradescope’s AI Answer Grouping for Handwritten Tests and Assignments
  • Leveraging AI to Tackle your Workload

These sessions will be recorded on Zoom and be made available to registrants after the event.