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I reflect on (summative) final exams' technology constraints and show how to create a GPT to help grade.
Graham Clay5 days ago
I double down on the value of orals and show how to use ChatGPT to reduce the cognitive load of grading.
Graham Clay12 days ago
Should professors fill only the shrinking gaps left by science and tech, just like the gods before them?
Graham Clay2 months ago
What we can learn from recent studies on the impact of AI on work.
Caleb Ontiveros2 months ago
I explore five options for professors considering running student data through AI tools.
Google, Microsoft, and Zoom are set to make a mountain out of privacy issues at the university. Is it climbable?
Graham Clay3 months ago
Tips and tricks for efficiently increasing the quality of your lesson plans with the help of AI.
Our task was to train an AI character to emulate Thrasymachus. We struggled and so did two students.
Graham Clay4 months ago
The past six months of our research is gathered into a guide for professors for the fall semester.
Cambriae W. Lee and I just published a piece in Inside Higher Ed on why and how to use oral assessments. Check it out!
A new space for in-depth dialogue and resources on tech and AI in higher ed.
We double down on April's AI-immunity challenge. Calling all professors!
We talk to Paul Blaschko, philosophy professor at Notre Dame, about his highly successful courses, professors' pedagogical role, and technology.
Want personalized engagement on tech and AI for the fall? Want to join a community of peers to share insights? We got you.
Graham Clay5 months ago
We talk to Patricia Sasser, music librarian at Furman University, about libraries' evolution and information literacy as we enter the AI era (or not).
How many students cheat, how AI complicates the picture, and what professors can do.
Caleb Ontiveros5 months ago
What we learned trying to crack a project's reliance on lengthy novels, journal articles, and field-specific standards.
Graham Clay6 months ago
The pros and cons of speaking assessments in the age of LLMs.
Caleb Ontiveros6 months ago
The plausible, implausible, and uncertain claims about AI made by the second six of CHE's recent panel.
The plausible, implausible, and uncertain claims about AI made by the first six of the Chronicle's recent panel.
A philosophy professor explains how and why to use AI image generators like Stable Diffusion to illustrate concepts.
Eric Steinhart6 months ago
Why I am unsure of what to think about tools that supposedly detect AI-generated text.
What we learned from using AI to try to crack an exam's iterated questions, verboten content, and field-specific standards.
Graham Clay7 months ago
How speech-to-text AI can enable and enhance student writing.
Caleb Ontiveros7 months ago
Thinking in general terms about assignment design in the age of AI.