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 NEean Signature Event

 Dialogues in the Disciplines

March 22, 2024

a virtual event

10AM to 3PM Eastern Time

Generative AI:  A New Lens on Innovating Teaching, Learning, and Assessment

Dialogues in the Disciplines

Generative AI:  A New Lens on Innovating Teaching, Learning,

and Assessment

March 22, 2024

10AM to 3PM Eastern Time

You're invited to join us for a thought-provoking session on: "Generative AI: A New Lens on Innovating Teaching, Learning, and Assessment." As we navigate the dynamic landscape of education in the 21st century, the emergence of Generative AI presents a unique opportunity to redefine the paradigms of teaching, learning, and assessment. This year’s NEean Dialogues in the Disciplines delves into exploring the role of Generative AI in reshaping the landscape of educational assessment. We aim to explore how faculty, instructional designers, administrators, and students are leveraging Generative AI in teaching, learning, and assessment with practical examples and case studies, investigating its potential to enhance objectivity, efficiency, and inclusivity.

Attendees will gain insights into the evolving dynamics between educators and Generative AI, and how to address challenges and opportunities associated with this transformative shift. Together, we will learn how educators can harness the power of Generative AI to revolutionize education, foster student success, and prepare learners for the AI-driven future.

Learn More and Register HERE!

Join Us for our Upcoming Webinar

Going Gradeless: Exploring Ungrading as an Assessment Innovation to Enhance Student Outcomes

March 4, 2024

12noon to 1PM Eastern

This session will focus on the presenter’s experience with ungrading in psychology courses over the past 2 years. After defining ungrading, the presenter will share how and why she implemented this practice, along with research on student perceptions of ungrading and lessons learned through this journey. Participants will be encouraged to reflect on and reimagine their relationship with grades and grading.


Laurel McNall, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, SUNY Brockport

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