Jul 22

UDL Perspectives: AI in Writing and Enhancing Reading Comprehension

Mon, July 22, 2024 • 10:30am - 12:00pm (1h 30m) • Zoom
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This workshop will build on the previous two summer workshops by exploring the integration of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles and AI technology into the teaching of writing and reading skills. In regards to writing, we will examine how UDL can be strategically utilized to encourage ethical, effective, and appropriate use of AI in writing. Discussion will focus on maintaining academic integrity and fostering critical thinking, while also considering the accessibility and inclusivity of AI tools in supporting diverse learner needs. Reading comprehension will look at applying UDL principles to enhance reading such as various methods to increase multiple means of representation and engagement, and review some of the technological tools Carleton has to offer to support these methods.

Led by Don Vosburg, Academic Technologist of Learning Innovation

from Writing Across the Curriculum

Event Contact: George Cusack
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Event Summary

UDL Perspectives: AI in Writing and Enhancing Reading Comprehension
  • Intended For: Faculty, Staff
  • Categories: Meeting/Conference/Workshop

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