About this Event
CITRAL, UC Santa Barbara Library, Room 1576
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ChatGPT and other natural language processing (NLP) software are seemingly everywhere, bolstered by investments from (and integration with) Microsoft, Google, and other tech mega-giants. What are instructors to do?
In this interactive workshop, we’ll:
- Hear from instructors who have integrated ChatGPT and other NLP technologies creatively and productively into teaching and learning
- Identify what we think makes writing “good” (or less good) in the age of CGPT
- Brainstorm with other faculty about NLP and teaching/responding to writing: with it, about it, against it, or something else
- Attendees will leave the session with a clearer sense of if, why, or when they might use (or reject) NLP technologies in their teaching, grading, or otherwise.
- Linda Adler-Kassner, Faculty Director/Professor of Writing Studies, CITRAL
- R Baker, Ph.D. Candidate, English Department
- Tim Dewar, Associate Teaching Professor, Givertz Graduate School of Education
- Jeremy Douglass, Associate Professor, English Department
- Rita Raley, Professor, English Department
- Madeleine Sorapure, Teaching Professor, Writing Program