Join the SOH AI Workgroup for an interactive virtual forum where we delve into the implications and applications of generative AI in humanities teaching. This practical session will explore the dynamic intersection of technology and the humanities, featuring perspectives on how to critically engage with generative AI tools to meet the diverse learning needs of our students. Participants will engage in discussions on a range of topics, including:

  • Crafting syllabus language that incorporates generative AI at various levels
  • Developing pedagogical strategies/tasks that center on critical digital literacy skills for language courses, writing courses, and departmental major/minor courses
  • Navigating campus-wide policies regarding generative AI and academic integrity
  • Addressing critical issues such as biases in AI, data privacy, and related ethical concerns 

The AI Workgroup will also share key findings from our in-house survey and provide resources that are specially curated to support humanities teaching. 

SOH Generative AI Workgroup
Qian Du, Amalia Herrmann, Bradley Queen, Braxton Soderman and Julio Torres

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