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UND faculty discussion on AI in the classroom to be held in Chester Fritz Library on Oct. 9

Generative AI, as seen on platforms like ChatGPT and Bard, presents challenges and opportunities that will forever change the college classroom. Please join Chester Fritz Library, the SMHS Library, and Thormodsgard Law Library on Monday, Oct. 9, at 2 p.m. as they welcome UND College of Education & Human Development faculty, including Associate Professor Virginia Clinton-Lisell, Associate Professor Sean Hammond, and Senior Lecturer Dominick Steinhauer, for a panel session and discussion in AI in the classroom. Instructors and community members are invited to engage and gain insight from these experts on how generative AI impacts instruction and university students.

The discussion will be held in Chester Fritz Library, Room 406. Refreshments will be served.

Please RSVP through the event website.

For resources on artificial intelligence, see the Chester Fritz AI Resources Guide, the SMHS Library Guide to AI, and TTADA’s Artificial Intelligence Resources.