We invite you to respond to this video from the Panel Event Page.
The College of Education organized this panel to discuss recent
progress in ChatGPT, particularly how it impacts the research of
teaching and learning (all levels, including K-12, higher education, and
adult education). Conversation and developments around ChatGPT are
moving very quickly. The popular media carries many stories and
anecdotes about how it may impact practice in many domains. At the same
time, discussion in the academic sphere has yet to coalesce. The aim of
this discussion is the impact on research and teaching and what we
must consider as we continue to study teaching and learning in response
to the current development of general AI, particularly OpenAI’s ChatGPT
and other similar tools.
, Educational Psychology, School of Information Sciences, and NCSA
Cynthia D’Angelo, Educational Psychology and Curriculum and Instruction
John Gallagher, Center for Writing Studies, Liberal Arts and Studies.
Roxana Girju, Linguistics, Computer Science affiliate, and Beckman Institute of Advanced Science and Technology
Julia Hockenmaier, Computer Science
Michael Twidale, School of Information Sciences
Jessica Li, Associate Dean for Research, Education Director, Bureau of Educational Research; and Educational Policy, Leadership and Organizational Leadership