Using AI to Multiply Your Teaching and Time

Graham Clay

Graham Clay

If you could, at low cost, clone yourself to multiply your teaching impact and time, would you? This question no longer represents a fantasy, due to the power of AI.
May 1, 2024
1 May 13:10-13:40 (PT), 14:10-14:40 (MT), 15:10-15:40 (CT), 16:10-16:40 (ET), 21:10-21:40 (BST) / 2 May at 06:10-06:40 (AEST)
Using AI to Multiply Your Teaching and Time

Event Details

AI tools are becoming more and more effective at simulating experts in a range of fields from medicine to law. Education is no different. There are a range of ways in which AI tools can effectively play the role of educator, including in colleges and universities. In this webinar, I will discuss several ways professors and other educators in higher ed can use AI tools to multiply their teaching impact, either through their pedagogy or by saving them time. Of course, the latter assumes that time saved by AI will be used to provide better or more teaching, but there are other options, including working more reasonable hours or spending more time on research.

This webinar will be facilitated by Graham Clay, Ph.D.. Graham is a teaching Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA. Graham runs a newsletter, AutomatED: Teaching Better with Tech, that distills his and his team’s research and consultations on AI and pedagogy for 1000s of readers every week.