Virtual Session on Generative Al and Digital Humanities: Pedagogical Implications
Organizer: Dayapuram Arts & Science College for Women, N.IT Campus P.O, Calicut-673601, Ph: 0495-2288536, 2287236, Part of FACULTY EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMMES 2023
About the Session
- When: 08 June 2023
- Time: 8.30 PM (Indian Standard Time)
- Platform: Zoom
Session by: by Prof. Alexa Alice Joubin
AI tools like ChatGPT are leaving teachers anxious about the relevance of assignment submissions, students can now get work done online without the skills or the labour. The technological advancements are such that they don’t even have to plagiarise.
But alarmism about technology will eventually disconnect teachers from the student generation, making the lot conservative, while indifference to these developments will render much of the existing practices pointless. There is a third route, the proactive mode: think of innovative ways in which AI can be used to enrich and strengthen student skills.
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Winner of bell hooks legacy award and Martin Luther King Jr. Award, Prof. Alexa Alice Joubin who teaches in the English department and co-founded the Digital Humanities Institute at George Washington University in Washington, D.C, USA, and co-founder of MIT’s (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Global Shakespeare Digital Archive, has been developing such a methodology. Her experiments and strategies can be hugely helpful to teachers in formulating a way ahead in the new technological givens!