The XCITE Center for Teaching & Learning has partnered with ITS, UCR Library, Graduate Division, as well as various colleges to organize a series of presentations on the use of AI in teaching. We invite you to join us for this series, which will consist of three sessions that will be hosted both on Zoom and in person.


Presentations in this Series: 

What is AI?
Presented by ITS and UCR Library
May 14th, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

  • General Language Models Overview
  • GenAI Tools for UCR data
  • Pedagogy of Prompt Engineering
  • Demo of UCR-vetted tools (Optional: bring a laptop for hands-on experience)


Mike Kennedy, Deputy CIO, ITS

Carrie Cruce, Teaching Librarian

Katherine Koziar, Data Librarian


AI Challenges and Opportunities
with Anna Mills, English Instructor, College of Marin
May 21st, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

  • Responsible use of AI
  • Designing assignments to mitigate unauthorized use
  • Ways to integrate AI


Samantha Eastman, Senior Learning Experience Designer, XCITE

Anna Mills, English Instructor, College of Marin


Teaching with AI: A Faculty Panel
May 28th, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Discover innovative ways to leverage AI for effective teaching and enhanced learning in writing-intensive courses


Alejandra Dubcovsky, Professor of History
Barry Lam, Professor of Philosophy
Shane Shukis, Lecturer, University Writing Program
Jaclyn Vasquez, Lecturer, University Writing Program


All sessions are hosted in a hybrid format: 

  • In-person: XCITE Commons in the Tomás Rivera Library
  • Virtual: Zoom (link will be sent to your email upon registration)

Light refreshments will be available for each session

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