Academic Technology Newsletter
As we all settle into the new semester, we're eager to bring you a host of exciting updates and insights in this month's Academic Technology Newsletter.
First and foremost, CSUN has recently unveiled its guidelines on the dynamic intersection of Academic Integrity and Artificial Intelligence. Crafted collaboratively by experts from multiple departments, our newly released FAQ document is a valuable resource for deans, department chairs, and faculty navigating the complexities of AI in the classroom.
In a thought-provoking contribution, Dr. Elizabeth Blakey, a distinguished member of CSUN's Journalism faculty, shares her perspective in an op-ed for the Los Angeles Times on how she's incorporating ChatGPT in her own teaching. Her insights shed light on the practical applications of AI in education.
Mark your calendars for a special event – our "Falling for Academic Technology" Open House on October 24th. Come meet our dedicated team, indulge in some treats, and discover innovative ways to incorporate technology into your classroom.
Sign up for a Student Technology Presentation tailored for your class. Our Digital Literacy Student Ambassadors are equipped to guide your students through the array of campus technology resources and provide hands-on support.
In the realm of insightful discussions, our next Faculty Coffee Hour promises an engaging conversation with Dr. Zeina Otaky-Ramirez, Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Student Conduct and Ethical Development, who will delve into the critical nexus of Academic Integrity and AI. Join us for a stimulating discussion, complemented by a caffeine boost! Additionally, don't miss our special workshop, "Navigating Academic Integrity in the Age of AI," co-hosted by Dr. Otaky-Ramirez on Friday, September 29th.
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