Latest Past Events

The Pedagogical Implications of ChatGPT: with John Warner, 03/06 5:30-7pm in Tenhoor 125

125 ten Hoor Hall

Monday, March 6, from 5:30-7:00 p.m. in tenHoo125. As ChatGPT becomes more prominent, AI promises to change writing, education, and Higher Ed.  Please join UA’s First-Year Writing Program and the Department of English for a talk by John Warner who has written extensively about ChatGPT for Inside Higher Ed and The Atlantic, among other prominent venues.

Engaging Students in Reading with Hypothesis Social Annotation

A232 Gordon Palmer Hall

Are you interested in learning how you can increase student engagement with your course materials in Blackboard? Come see the Hypothesis magic in action and get ideas you can bring back to your courses on how to use Hypothesis for social annotation. In partnership with UA’s Center for Instructional Technology, we will be hosting a