CATE Workshop: Designing Learning with AI Text Generation Tools in Mind

DMC 4.212 300 W. Dean Keeton St, Austin, TX

In partnership with the Moody College Writing Center, CATE will be hosting a workshop on the topic of designing written learning experiences with an awareness of newly launched AI text generation tools. Specifically, this session will address: Understanding how existing and recently launched AI text generation tools, such as ChatGPT, function; Reviewing sample AI generated texts; and Considering changes in ...

Texas TeachUP

Dealey Center for New Media 300 W DEAN KEETON ST, Austin, TX

What is it? Texas Teach-Up (TxTU), formerly Eyes on Teaching and Online Teaching Days, is the signature event of the Provost's Teaching Fellows program, and brings instructors from all colleges and schools together to celebrate and reflect upon their teaching practices. This year’s event takes place over two days, February 7th-8th, 2023, and will include a mix of both in-person ...

Teaching Exchange

CMA 5.136

CATE is sponsoring a speaker series in the spring semester on current teaching topics. The sessions involve a 30-minute informal presentation followed by a 30-minute open discussion period. In our second event, Robert Quigley will talk about Keeping Teaching Fun. We will meet on February 17 at CMA 5.136 (Lady Bird Johnson Conference Room) from 12PM to 1PM. This is Brown Bag format, so participants may bring ...

Promoting Well-being in Learning Environments

Zoom Zoom

CATE is hosting a virtual session on promoting student well-being in learning environments. Thea Woodruff, UT’s well-being coordinator, will be the presenter. During this session, participants will learn about the Longhorn Wellness Center’s Well-being in Learning Environments program. This initiative was begun by UT’s Counseling and Mental Health Center to collaborate with faculty and staff across the university to support student ...

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