The Office of Teaching and Effectiveness and Innovation (OTEI) has announced details on an upcoming conference centering on AI (Artificial Intelligence) and teaching. Mitch Shue, professor of practice and executive director of Clemson’s AI Research Institute for Science and Engineering (AIRISE), will serve as keynote speaker.
The conference is sponsored by OTEI, the Watt Family Innovation Center, the Clemson Libraries, the Center for Career and Professional Development and the Rutland Institute for Ethics and will be held on Tuesday, January 9, 2024.
Clemson Teaching Excellence Conference: Teaching in the Age of AI
Tuesday, January 9, 2024 | 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. | Watt Family Innovation Center Auditorium
This year’s conference theme centers on AI and teaching. Attendees will learn, share and discuss ways AI has changed or will impact their teaching practices and be inspired to help students effectively and ethically use AI as part of their learning journey.
Faculty presentations and posters – and industry and student panels – throughout the event are designed to bring all these voices to bear on the discussion of faculty innovation, student education and impacts on future careers.
AI is pervasive now, and we have to prepare our students for a different world. Combining all of Clemson’s resources in one institute will help us recruit top students and faculty and better compete for federal grants that fund cutting-edge research.”Mitch shue, executive director AIRISE
After attending the conference, attendees will be able to:
1. Define AI in a higher education context.
2. Identify AI applications for the higher education classroom.
3. Prepare Clemson students to use AI effectively and ethically.
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