Exploring the Intersection of AI and Teaching

Monday, August 21, 2023
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM


Ernest F. Hollings Library Program Room
Thomas Cooper Library
1322 Greene Street
Columbia, SC 29208


Exploring the Intersection of AI and Teaching will explore how AI is transforming higher education and how faculty are incorporating it in their teaching and course development. The forum will feature a live demonstration of AI in the educational arena and a panel discussion. You'll have the opportunity to connect and network with colleagues from diverse academic disciplines and stay ahead of the curve in education technology.

Lunch will be provided.


Exploring the Intersection of AI and Teaching Agenda [pdf]


** Registration Procedures Update **

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The Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) inspires excellence and innovation in teaching. CTE provides support for faculty professional development, pedagogical consultations, instructional design support, and graduate teaching assistant professional development.  

CTE strives to support the university in providing all students a quality learning experience and achieve excellence in teaching by developing and offering all who teach programs for course development and improvement, implementing new instructional technologies, and providing support services based on pedagogical methods informed by research on teaching and learning.