Join Prof. Susan Imberman and colleagues for a virtual discussion on how to be proactive educators given the challenge that new and emerging technologies bring to higher education. Diving off from the suggested summer reading book, Robot Proof: Higher Education in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, they will share ways we can incorporate new literacies into our courses, as well as the overarching curriculum.     

Robot Proof: Higher Education in the Age of Artificial Intelligence is available at the CSI Library as an e-Book. Although published in 2017, before large language models such as ChatGPT came to the forefront, Dr. Aoun’s arguments on how to prepare our students for the technological future are still applicable. He lays the foundation for a new discipline, “humanics,” and argues that in addition to the “old” literacies of reading, writing, and mathematics, students also need to learn the “new” literacies: data literacy, technological literacy, and human literacy.    

Other professional development workshops that may be of interest to you can be found online

By the Faculty Center Team: Wilma Jones, Fausto Canela, and Michael Castelli