CTLT

Center for Teaching, Learning & Technology

AI Learning Community Survey

The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology (CTLT ) has had many inquiries this fall about the use of AI tools in the classroom. In response to faculty questions coming from all over the university, we have developed a resource page for faculty on our CTLT website, Resources for Teaching and Learning with AI.  
 
The CTLT working group on AI curates these resources: Pam Dougherty, Catherine Hillman, Tonia Malone, and Dianna Winslow. We are not proposing any particular approach to AI's use or non-use in courses; instead, we invite you to explore ways to respond to the impact of AI with your colleagues.
 
This is not a comprehensive repository on AI and teaching, but we feel it provides resources to start thoughtful discussions with colleagues about the benefits and challenges of using tech tools like ChatGPT. To encourage such conversations, we have created a survey to gauge your interest in participating in a faculty-led, CTLT-supported faculty learning community (FLC) on teaching with AI.  
 
We envision this FLC as a group of faculty with varying AI experience coming together to discuss how or if they want to use these tools in their classes:

  • Faculty currently using AI who can share examples and experiences 
  • Faculty who know a fair bit but haven’t yet designed AI into their curriculum 
  • Faculty who don’t know much but would like to know more, whether they end up using AI tools or not 

If any of the above describes you, please fill out the survey below. Once we have gathered the surveys, we’ll send respondents more information about the formation of this learning community. 
 
Please reach out to diwinslo@calpoly.edu if you have any questions.

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