Center for Instructional Technology and Training - University of Florida

Center for Instructional Technology & Training

AI in Teaching & Learning Awards

In collaboration with the Center for Teaching Excellence and the AI2 Center, CITT is excited to announce the AI in Teaching & Learning Awards! These awards will honor outstanding contributions made my UF instructors and instructional teams who are creatively harnessing the potential of Artificial Intelligence to enhance educational experiences across the curriculum. Nominations are due February 26!

Recent Bulletins

Recap of Tech Byte: Elevated AI Recipes to Encourage Authentic Assessment

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My colleague Chris Sharp and I went back to the Tech Kitchen last week to share more of our AI Prompt Cookbook: Elevated AI Recipes to Encourage Authentic Assessment (in true cooking blog fashion, scroll to the bottom of this post to find the recipes!). We paired authentic assessments with generative artificial intelligence (generative AI) to help address some of the issues they present on their own:


Growing Teamwork Skills in Your Class? Pick FeedbackFruits This Spring!

Group work not only elevates student performance but also enhances the overall learning experience. However, ensuring equitable contributions from all group members can be a challenge for educators. Enter FeedbackFruits Group Member Evaluation (GME) – a revolutionary tool designed to empower students and provide instructors with transparent insights into group dynamics. 


How to Keep in Touch with the Center for Instructional Technology & Training

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Are you looking for ways to stay connected with the Center for Instructional Technology & Training (CITT)? Look no further! We have a variety of resources to help you stay up-to-date on the latest news and events.


2023...The Year of AI and More

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2023 has undoubtedly been the year of ChatGPT and generative AI. I don’t think I’ve been in a single meeting in the last year that DIDN’T mention AI in some form or another. However, I’d love to share some of my favorite educational technology tools and trends I’ve seen this year.


Squeeze the Most Out of Group Work with FeedbackFruits' GME tool

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Have you been looking for a way to help students grow their collaboration skills and enhance reflection on their performance? If so, there’s a tool that we believe can help! FeedbackFruits’ Group Member Evaluation (GME) creates opportunities for students to self-reflect and provide feedback on peer performance in a constructive and easy way — without ever having to leave Canvas.


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