What's New at EPIC

EPIC Showcase
EPIC Showcase is a site celebrating the pedagogical work completed by faculty and graduate students who have participated in EPIC workshops and events. You can learn more about initiatives like Course Development Seminars in Teaching Excellence (STE) and the EPIC Summer Institute (ESI), and view materials created by participants and awardees of EPIC pedagogical grants. We would like to thank all of our past participants for their hard work and for allowing us to share their work.

EPIC Resources
EPIC Resources is a collection of teaching resources, strategies, and other innovative approaches on inclusive and equitable teaching practices in the Humanities. The Inclusive Teaching Toolkit features resources for instructors and graduate students on course design and teaching in the classroom; Teaching with Tech offers links to the most commonly-asked questions on using tech in the classroom; and EPIC-Lang collects resources specific for language instructors. Visitors can also read a selection of newsletter articles written by our EPIC team and watch recordings of past workshops and events.

Seeking Input about ChatGPT in the Classroom
The EPIC Program is seeking input from faculty and TA’s who have used ChatGPT as part of their teaching. Please feel free to share your experiences using this survey form. We appreciate your participation!

Event Details

Designing Courses within a Culturally Responsive Teaching Framework
May 25, 12:00-1:30 pm, Powell 186. Lunch will be served.
This workshop is for instructors and graduate students interested in designing their courses within a culturally responsive teaching framework. Research on CRT has shown to be effective in increasing students’ engagement in class, and by valuing their backgrounds and experiences, and their sense of belonging in higher education Please RSVP and see our event page for further information.

AI in Action: Exploring AI’s Potential in Teaching and Learning
May 12, 2 pm PT, Zoom

Please join our AI in Action kick-off event with a series of 5-minute flash talks by faculty and graduate and undergrad students discussing the potential uses of generative AI in teaching and learning. This event is brought to you by CAT, CEILS, EPIC, the Writing Programs, OTL, Bruin Learn Center of Excellence, and HumTech. Please register for the kickoff event here and find more information about the whole series of events on this flyer and the event website.

Designing Transparent AI Assignments Workshop
May 19, 11 am, Zoom
In this interactive workshop, participants will learn about the importance of transparency in designing assignments that use generative AI. Please register for this Zoom workshop here and learn more about it on our event page.

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