Course: Teaching with AI
Generative artificial intelligence is transforming education. As educators, we need to thoughtfully consider how generative AI tools like Claude and ChatGPT may impact our courses, students, and profession.
This online course developed by Auburn University equips educators to navigate the generative AI landscape. This opportunity is supported by the USF Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (CITL) and Muma College of Business Teaching Academy.
The course is self-paced, interactive, and asynchronous covering topics including generative AI concepts and terminology, academic integrity, course design, ethics, using generative AI to enhance learning, and leading discussions around impacts. The length of the course is about 8 hours with each module about one hour.
Over 8 self-paced modules, you will:
- Learn terminology and gain AI familiarity
- See examples of thoughtful generative AI integration
- Experiment with AI tools for course design
- Discuss ethics, outcomes, and academic integrity
- Access current research on teaching with generative AI
- Develop strategies for AI conversations with your colleagues and students
The course allows 12 months of access to all materials. You can earn an Auburn University AI Explorer digital badge for completing activities.
In addition, CITL will host monthly idea exchanges via Microsoft Teams to support converting these principles into practice across USF. Sessions will be the second Thursday of each month, 2-3 pm starting Sept 14.
Spaces are limited in this timely professional development experience.
Complete this form to share your interest in this unique learning experience on one of the most important topics in higher education. Selected participants will be notified via email by Sept 8th. Preference will be given to full-time instructional faculty.
Have questions? Reach out! We're happy to provide more details on the Teaching with AI course.