ITS Instructional Support Generative AI Workshop Series

In response to the evolving education technology landscape, ITS Teaching & Learning is spearheading a new workshop series to integrate Generative Artificial Intelligence (GenAI) into academic practices. The series aims to equip our academic community with the requisite skills for leveraging GenAI in teaching and learning and professional and personal productivity. 

The next run of the Generative AI workshop series will be May 29 - June 27, 2024. The series will continue to offer instructor guidance for GenAI. However, we are pleased to share that the workshops beginning on May 29 will also offer additional GenAI applications for staff. 

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Beginner Workshops

Beginner/Intermediate Workshops

Intermediate/Advanced Workshops

To view workshop descriptions of the entire series, visit the Generative AI Workshop Series Overview Document.

 

Looking for Further Support with Teaching in a Generative AI Era?

Generative AI Considerations for Teaching and Learning

Generative Artificial Intelligence at U-M 

  • ITS AI Services: ITS is now offering a generative AI platform available to all active U-M faculty, staff, and students on the Ann Arbor, Flint, and Dearborn campuses and Michigan Medicine.
  • This Generative AI at U-M website offers an in-depth explanation of GenAI, guidance on GenAI, and resources such as training, research, AI tools, and prompt literacy. 
  • Visit the U-M Guidance for Faculty/Instructors section of the site for GenAI academic/teaching implications

Generative AI Consultations
U-M has several instructional support professionals who can help you understand technologies at U-M, including GenAI, and help you to achieve the best results in your teaching. To request a consultation, fill out the Instructional Support interest form and you will be connected with the most appropriate U-M instructional support group.