DASI Brown Bag Zoom Discussion
Data, Analytics and Statistics Instruction (DASI) is a Specific Interest Group (SIG) in the Decision Sciences Institute (DSI). The main purpose of the SIG is to organize sessions at DSI that are related to instruction and practice in the areas of using data for the purposes of obtaining valuable information that can assist with decision making. Analytics and statistics are analysis disciplines that use data for decision making. This online session is offered by the DSI DASI SIG. For more information on DASI click here.
Join this DSI DASI session with Co-hosts: Bob Andrews (Virginia Commonwealth University) & Kellie Keeling (University of Denver)
Our Panel of Invited Speakers are: Paul Brooks (Virginia Commonwealth University), Mike Ellis, (Univ.of Central Arkansas), Bob McQuaid (Pepperdine University), David Stephan (Two Bridges Instructional Technology) & Bob Stine (Wharton School).
The session will begin by addressing the topic question, “What’s the best approach for the use of ChatGPT for fall university classes in analytics, statistics, programming or other topics that address data use?” with the answer provided by ChatGPT:
Remember to set clear boundaries for the use of ChatGPT in the classroom to maintain its effectiveness as an educational tool. Emphasize its role as a supportive resource while encouraging students to think critically and actively engage with the course material. Additionally, keep in mind that AI models like ChatGPT have limitations and may not always provide perfect answers, so students should use it as one of several learning resources at their disposal.
Join the conversation with your relevant experiences, plans or questions. The session is FREE however registration is required. The link to join the meeting will be found in the registration email confirmation.