Jonathan May with the Viterbi Information Sciences Institute, discusses Natural Language Processing Pedagogy and Deployment at the Fall 2023 Faculty Showcase on AI in Education.
Resources: Social Science
Karen North with the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism discusses The Truth about AI Detectors at the Fall 2023 Faculty Showcase on AI in Education.
A description, definition, and examples of active learning techniques in clinical settings. This document provides a planning guide for facilitating active learning in a variety of clinical or simulated settings as well as examples to get started.
This video, presented by CET, provides a brief introduction to AI generators with considerations and examples of how these tools can be incorporated into assignments to advance student learning.
This video, presented by CET, provides ideas and examples of how faculty can use AI generators to generate ideas for the design of syllabi, assignments, and learning activities.
Use of Case Studies to Promote Team-Based and Interprofessional Collaboration among Health Affairs Students
Dawn Joosten-Hagye discusses Use of Case Studies to Promote Team-Based and Interprofessional Collaboration among Health Affairs Students at a Faculty Showcase.
Jeremy Dann discusses the Foundations of a Great Case at a Faculty Showcase.
Ian Haworth and Rory Kim discuss Integration of Clinical and Science Teaching in Pharmacy Using Patient Case Reports at a Faculty Showcase.
Jenn Floto discusses the Case for Famous Faces at a Faculty Showcase.
Dan Lainer-Vos discusses Linking Theory and Policy: Writing Theoretically Informed Policy Briefs at a Faculty Showcase.