Funding for Monthly or Annual Academic Software Licenses

Academic Software FundingThe Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable (TLTR) is delighted to offer funding for academic software licenses, including popular tools like ChatGPT Plus, for faculty keen on enhancing their teaching and research. We invite you to apply via the TLTR Academic Software Request Form. Our process is straightforward: secure your software, share your insights through a brief report, and potentially transform your academic practice. Funding is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, tailored for lower-cost applications with monthly or annual licensing feeds to ensure broad accessibility. Requests will be vetted by Instructional Technology staff. For larger projects, please consult our Guidelines page. Seize this opportunity to integrate cutting-edge technology into your work, supported by the Instructional Technology team.

TLTR Meeting: AI & Academic Integrity, Wednesday, May 10, 2 – 3 pm

This will be the final TLTR meeting of the year where we will discuss the impact of Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI), aka ChatGPT, on teaching and learning.  We will meet on Zoom.  We will also invite members of the Academic Integrity Committee.  Please invite anyone else you think would want to be part of this conversation.  Our topics will include:

  • Recommendations for Course Policy Models
  • Model Assignments
  • Advice for further work (research, guidance for the university community, etc.) in this area

Notes from this meeting are available in this Google Doc: TLTR Meeting: AI & Academic Integrity, 5/10/23

Note are only open to members of the St. Edward’s community; you must be logged into your St. Edward’s Google Account.