We are excited to announce the call for presentation proposals for the UK Teaching Excellence Symposium which will take place on Friday, October 13, 2023 on the first floor of the Gatton College of Business and Economics building. Proposal submissions are due by 5pm on Wednesday, September 27, 2023.
As part of CELT’s work to support effective and inclusive teaching at UK and beyond, a team of CELT staff presented at H-Net’s 2023 Teaching Conference on Tuesday, August 22. The conference theme “Critical Conversations: Teaching and Creating Community in Difficult Times,” prioritized transdisciplinary and multi-level conversations around current challenges facing teaching and learning. CELT team members Dr.
As the start of the fall semester nears and instructors make final preparations for their courses, there may be lingering questions about how to best address Generative AI tools, like ChatGPT, in the context of teaching and learning.
The Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (CELT), based on their work with instructors and staff across campus, has developed a suite of resources for teaching with AI, specifically targeting issues most pressing as we start the semester.
Campus is bustling with activity as our students are moving back in. It's an exciting time as we look to the beginning of the academic year. CELT, UK ADVANCE, and University Senate have released resources, guidelines, and recommendations for generative AI this semester.
Jon Edelman's piece in Diverse Issues in Higher Education features Dr. Ivory Toldson, professor of counseling psychology at Howard University and Dr. Trey Conatser, director of CELT at the University of Kentucky on the opportunities and warnings surrounding AI. Read full article here.
CELT's Trey Conatser participated in a panel on artificial intelligence for KET's Kentucky Tonight, hosted by Renee Shaw, on July 10. The discussion ranged widely from education to policy, law, industry applications, and the future of human agency.
At CELT, we have long sought to provide a venue for community-building around our shared goals as teacher-scholars at the Commonwealth’s flagship public, land-grant university. The Teaching Innovation Institute is an expression of that mission, and we eagerly anticipate the fourth cohort for the 2023-2024 academic year.
Dr. Trey Conatser, Director of UK's Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching, spoke with reporters from Lexington's Fox 56 News channel about Artificial Intelligence and UK's ADVANCE Committee. View the video below as well as a write-up that FOX 56 put together.
The University of Kentucky has empaneled a broad-based committee to examine – and make recommendations – regarding the implications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and tools such as ChatGPT for higher education and beyond. Led by Provost Robert DiPaola, the UK ADVANCE Committee is composed of representatives from a broad range of disciplines and administrative backgrounds
Susan Cantrell, Camille Harmon, and Trey Conatser
May 30, 2023
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 this fall semester.