The Vice-Provost, Teaching and Learning, in partnership with Queen’s University Library, and the Centre for Teaching and Learning will be hosting a series of 4 discussion panels over the 2023-24 academic year. The series will engage members of our university community to explore the experiences, research, and practices that inform and guide our ethical use of this technology.
2 more sessions coming Winter 2024!
Discussion on Academic Integrity and Generative AI
Panelists: Dr. Johanna Amos, Academic Skills Writing Specialist; Meaghan Shannon, Copyright Librarian; Rebecca Sweetman, Associate Director, Educational Technologies – Faculty of Arts & Science; and Dr. Gavan Watson, Vice Provost, Teaching and Learning
Date and Time: Wednesday, September 27, 2023; 3:00 - 4:00pm
Location: Stauffer Library, Room 014
Join us for the first panels discussion that focuses on Academic Integrity policy, practice and academic learning culture. Our Panelist will discuss their experiences and share important strategies for us to keep in mind. The session will be held in-person on September 27th in the Staff Student Learning Centre (Rm 014) Stauffer Library. Questions for panelist can also be sent in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org
Ethical Considerations for Generative AI in Academic Research
Panelists: Nick Abernethy, Department of Philosophy; Lydia Scholle-Cotton, Faculty of Education; Pinar Tuzcu, Department of Sociology; and Mark Swartz, Queen’s Library
Date and Time: Wednesday, November 8, 2023; 11:00am – 12:30pm
Location: Stauffer Library, Room 014 (or remotely)
Join us for the second in our series of panel discussions about the impact of generative artificial intelligence (GAI) and large language models (LLMs) on our campus community. This session explores some of the ethical considerations that Generative AI raises for academic research, and researchers to consider. Join the panelists in a discussion about their research, and experiences as they share important strategies and questions for us to keep in mind.