Read, Refine, Define & Articulate The sheer daily volume of new information and insights about Generative AI (genAI) makes it imperative for all of us to set aside regular periods […]
ChatGPT-4 and Thermodynamics I took several problems from a graduate-level materials thermodynamics course that I’ve taught and fed them to ChatGPT-4.1 The goal of this exercise was to gain insight […]
Introduction In most STEM subjects, problem sets (psets) are both a central learning tool and a key assessment method. When students grapple with the solution of challenging, well-posed problems, they […]
For most instructors, a conscious application of the Science of Learning (SoL) can significantly improve student learning in their classes.
View recording on Panopto (restricted to MIT community). Key Takeaways On Wednesday, March 22, 2023, we hosted Dr. Derek Bruff to discuss the landscape of AI tools for generating text […]
Academic Integrity | Student Privacy | Equity & Accessibility In this third part of our series on the use of generative AI. Here, we outline a few issues to consider […]
How Can We Use Generative AI to Support and Enhance Student Learning? As described in our previous post, the unavoidable entanglement with generative AI tools represents a unique and optimistic […]
The recent launch of generative artificial intelligence models, like ChatGPT, are eliciting an energetic variety of responses from instructors everywhere, ranging from consternation to cautious optimism.
Have you ever wondered what determines the arrangement of participant thumbnails in Zoom’s Gallery View? By default, the order of participants changes over the course of a Zoom meeting. As […]