In the News The CETL Staff provides links to relevant articles and resources connected to the scholarship of teaching and learning and regarding the current trends in higher education. Check back in for updates and items of interest. Join the conversation! What are your thoughts on any of the current posts? Feel free to post your ideas and feedback in the comments section below the articles. Everyone is Talking about AI; One Author Suggests it Will Augment Rather than Replace Marc Watkins of the University of Mississippi offers thoughts on how AI may augment the writing process rather than replace it. Read more here. From: Inside Higher Ed ChatGPT Advice for Professors As noted above, many recent conversations in higher education have been focused on OpenAI’s new chatbot. How should academics move forward? For more information, click here. From: Inside Higher Ed What Happened after the “Pivot” in 2020? What does the data reveal about shifts in distance and online learning after the pandemic led to the pivot? Find out more here. From: The Chronicle of Higher Education Integrating Career Readiness Initiatives into the Classroom According to Matthew T. Hora, students need more work-integrated classroom learning and pathways to be career ready Read more here. From: Inside Higher Ed How to Defuse a Classroom Conflict: Make It More Complex Debates on college campuses today seem to turn ugly so fast. Students, professors, and administrators use phrases like “walking on eggshells” to convey their fear of saying something that might get them in trouble — or of speaking up at all. But there’s a powerful way to reduce fear and get people talking in a constructive way: Increase the complexity. Read more here. From: The Chronicle of Higher Education Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.