Fall 2023 Workshops

Our page will be updated regularly, so visit often! All faculty and staff are welcome to attend these events! 

IE Workshops:

Tuesday 9/19 1pm in C204
Tuesday 10/17 1pm via Zoom
Tuesday 11/14 1pm via Zoom

Professional Development in collaboration with Institutional Effectiveness (IE) will provide three different workshops this semester that will help participants utilize our data for comprehension and decision-making. 

August 23, 2023: DCE Dinner- Getting Started with Artificial Intelligence (AI):
Please join us for a conversation on best practices for incorporating AI in your course for fall semester and beyond. Dinner will be provided. For this particular event, please register HERE. Wednesday August 23, 2023 4:30pm-6:30pm in C204, Haverhill Campus.

September 7, 2023: Workshop – “Mastering AI Autograding: A Hands-on Introduction”:
This workshop provides practical skills on using AI for grading tasks, exploring different tools and discussing potential issues and solutions. 3pm | Location: C204, Haverhill Campus

September 14, 2023: Debate – “AI Autograding: Innovative Tool or The End of Fair Assessment?”:
This debate discusses the advantages and challenges of using AI for grading, with perspectives on fairness and innovation in assessment. 3pm | Location TBA

September 21, 2023: Follow-up Discussion – “Reflecting on AI Autograding: Insights and Takeaways”:
This discussion provides a space for participants to share their thoughts, reflections and learnings from the previous debate.  3pm | Location: C204, Haverhill Campus

October 5, 2023: Workshop – “Creating Engaging AI Video Lectures: A Practical Guide”:
This workshop guides participants through the process of creating engaging video lectures using AI, showcasing tools and techniques to enhance teaching. 3pm | Location: C204, Haverhill Campus

October 12, 2023: Debate – “AI for Video Lectures: Personalized Learning or Impersonal Teaching?”:
This debate explores the potential and pitfalls of using AI in video lectures, discussing whether it leads to personalized learning or impersonal teaching. 3pm | Location: TBA

October 19, 2023: Follow-up Discussion – “AI Video Lectures: Our Thoughts and Reflections”:
This discussion allows participants to share their reflections and thoughts on the use of AI for video lectures, based on the previous debate. 3pm | Location: C204, Haverhill Campus

November 2, 2023: Workshop – “Exploring AI Essay Generation: A Comprehensive Walkthrough”:
This workshop provides a comprehensive overview of AI essay generation, with practical examples and discussions on its potential use in education. 3pm | Location: C204, Haverhill Campus

November 9, 2023: Debate – “AI Essay Generation: Legitimate Aid or Academic Fraud?”:
This debate explores the ethical implications of using AI for essay generation, discussing whether it is a legitimate aid or potentially promoting academic fraud. 3pm | Location: TBA

November 16, 2023: Follow-up Discussion – “AI Essay Generation: Discussing Ethics and Impact”:
This discussion provides a platform for participants to share their thoughts and reflections on the use of AI in essay generation, following the previous debate. 3pm | Location: C204, Haverhill Campus

We look forward to seeing you at our events. Let us know you are coming by registering today!