Using AI-Assisted Writing Productively

Fall 2023

348, James E. Walker Library (LIB)

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Join us for a one-hour workshop exploring the impact of AI-assisted writing on faculty productivity. This session will introduce various AI writing tools, discuss their benefits and limitations, and delve into ethical considerations. Through live demos and discussions, participants will gain practical insights into leveraging AI technologies to enhance their productivity. 

Examples will cover revising text, summarizing data, finding the right tone, and harnessing AI for creative thought. (This description was, of course, created in collaboration with ChatGPT.)


Zoom meeting info will be emailed the day before the session.

It will also appear here on the morning of the workshop.

Meeting ID: 841 2404 8680

Passcode: 1911

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