Exploring AI in Teaching. Programs from the Center for Teaching, Learning & Mentoring. White text on a red background with an illustration of a circle composed of white concentric lines.

Welcome to Exploring AI in Teaching!

This is a new series of programs designed to support instructors in learning about the opportunities and challenges of incorporating generative AI in teaching.

Is Generative AI the Right Tool for Your Students' Research?

July 30  | 1-2:30 p.m. | Zoom
Generative AI tools resemble search engines, but are they a good choice for information seeking? UW Science & Engineering Librarians Heather Shimon and Dave Bloom will host this time for hands-on exploration using Microsoft Copilot, discussion of information literacy in the age of generative AI, and suggestions for guiding your students to the best tools to find credible, relevant information efficiently. There will also be an update from DoIT on emerging campus AI tools.

A Step-by-Step Approach to Planning AI in Your Course

August 22 |10:30 a.m. - noon | Memorial Union
August 23 | 1-2:30 p.m.| Zoom
Interested in using AI in your course but not sure how to begin? This event will introduce you to a step-by-step approach to integrating AI tools into coursework, using guided exercises and practical applications. Choice of in-person or Zoom session. Coffee, tea, and refreshments will be served at the in-person session.

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Please tell us a little more about yourself.

This program is open to all who teach and support instruction at UW–Madison. We use the information about instructional role below to better understand our audience.

"Academic staff instructor" includes adjunct professor/instructor, instructional administrator, instructor, lecturer, professor of practice, teaching faculty, teaching professor, and teaching specialist.
"Clinical faculty/instructional staff" includes clinical adjunct professor, clinical instructor, and clinical professor.