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The Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching works collaboratively with instructors, staff, and administrators at the University of Kentucky to support engaging, inclusive, and innovative learning environments in which all students and instructors have the opportunity to succeed. We work with individuals, groups/cohorts, departments, colleges, administrative offices, and University-wide initiatives to build on our collective wisdom and realize new possibilities for teaching and learning. See below or above for ways of getting in touch and working with us; we're always eager to collaborate and offer support!

CELT Presents on Generative AI & Transparent Assignment Design at Annual POD Network Conference

CELT staff attended the annual POD Network conference—one of the major conferences for centers for teaching and learning (CTLs)—and led sessions focusing on the CTLs's role regarding generative AI and the future of teaching and learning, as well as transparent assignment design for greater equity and student success.

Faculty at UK and Institutions Across Kentucky Present at "AI in Education" Session of Commonwealth Computational Summit

On Monday, October 16, thirteen presenters from six institutions across the state took the stage at the 2023 Commonwealth Computational Summit to explore the opportunities and complexities that generative AI presents for the future of higher education. The "AI in Education" session represents a unique collaboration between UK ADVANCE, CELT, and the UK Center for Computational Sciences to feature, for the first time at the Summit, an afternoon dedicated to the impact and future of generative AI for teaching, learning, and student success.

TEK Faculty Fellows develop courses that focus on transdisciplinary and employability skills

A critical part of TEK is the development of new transdisciplinary courses as well as the revision of current courses to integrate transdisciplinary skills and learning outcomes. To accomplish this, TEK is engaging the expertise of faculty in the inaugural cohort of the TEK Faculty Fellows program.