Webinar: Authentic pedagogy in the age of AI (II)

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In this recorded webinar, we discuss ways to incorporate authentic learning and assessment into your online course in the brave new world of AI. 

Christina Carney, assistant professor in Women's & Gender Studies at MU, shares how she uses the WikiEdu Wikipedia Student Program's free tools and training in her classes for authentic writing assignments. Missouri Online instructional designers also demonstrate how to use artificial intelligence (AI) tools to develop an authentic assessment activity.

Recorded November 9, 2023.

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Kirk Wilkins

Kirk Wilkins

Instructional Designer II

Kirk joined Missouri Online in June of 2023 after spending the last several years working in higher education. A former English teacher, he is committed to offering students a meaningful, engaging, and rich learning experience. His interests include authentic or alternative assessments, process-centered teaching, universal design for learning, effective feedback, and the intersections of learning with creativity, user experience design, multimedia, and artificial intelligence.

Liz DuPlessis

Liz du Plessis, M.Ed., Ph.D.

Manager of Instructional Design

Liz du Plessis is a Manager of Instructional Design for Missouri Online. She is committed to supporting faculty in the cultivation of equity-minded online learning experiences that support the needs of diverse students. She is proud to have nearly 20 years of experience teaching college History across modalities on a part-time basis and is adjunct faculty in the Department of History at the University of Missouri-Columbia.