Digital Fluency Faculty in Residence Weber State University
Stephanie is an associate professor and the Digital Fluency Faculty in Residence at Weber State University teaching courses focusing on instructional design, assessment, and curriculum theory. Specializing in the implementation of classroom learning communities and the bridging of social justice ideology into experiential education methodology, Stephanie assists educators across disciplines how to enhance their teaching, leadership, and relationship skills. Recently awarded the Presidential Teaching Excellence Award at her university, Stephanie enables others to share their wisdom and ideas in an environment that thrives on collaborative thought, effort, and action.
Associate Dean for the College of Engineering and Technology Utah Valley University
Anne is an associate dean for the College of Engineering and Technology and a faculty member in Technology Management. Her emphasis areas are open access, ethical issues in technology innovation, and process management. She has served as a faculty senate president, director of web and application development, and department chair, among other roles. She is a principal fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a certified American Society for Quality six sigma black belt.
Associate Clinical Professor University of Colorado Denver
Laura is an Associate Clinical Professor for the Professional Learning, Learning Design & Technology graduate programs and for Leadership for Educational Equity EdD program within the School of Education and Human Development, University of Colorado-Denver. Laura has spent several years leading teams and researching lived experiences in the areas of coaching for equity, measuring the impact of professional learning, leading culturally responsive communities of practice, designing and teaching hybrid pedagogy, and cultivating social emotional well-being within work and learning communities.
Sean Michael Morris
VP, Academics Course Hero
As Vice President, Academics, Sean leads Course Hero’s educator team and initiatives including partnerships with faculty, development of Course Hero’s educator platform and the creation of educator-focused content, events and workshops. Sean brings 20 years of experience in academia to Course Hero and is an expert in student-centered learning and critical digital pedagogy. Prior to joining Course Hero, Sean was a Senior Instructor in Learning, Design, and Technology at the University of Colorado Denver. He also co-founded Digital Pedagogy Lab, an international professional development gathering for educators committed to issues of diversity, equity, inclusion, critical digital pedagogy, and imagining a new future for education. Sean co-authored An Urgency of Teachers: the Work of Critical Digital Pedagogy, and has co-edited and contributed to a number of other written works and examinations.
Founder, GPTZero Session: AI How-To Guide for Teachers
Edward studied Computer Science with a minor in Journalism at Princeton University while building GPTZero, an AI detector app. GPTZero was initially created to detect AI-generated content and establish a reliable framework for consuming information. The tool has had millions of views since its launch earlier this year.
Faculty, Nova Scotia Community College Session: Assessment Design with AI
Manal is a faculty at the School of Business and Creative Industries, the Nova Scotia Community College. For the past 20+ years, Saleh has been working on empowering communities through collaborative educational pedagogies. Her current passion is assistive teaching and engagement technologies. Manal’s mission is to support herself and others in unleashing their unlimited potential and ascending themselves through seeking and sharing knowledge.
Assistant Professor, University of Missouri Kansas City Session: AI and Academic Integrity
Antonio is assistant professor of English at the University of Missouri Kansas City where he teaches courses in professional and technical communication, multimodal composition, composition studies, and qualitative research methods. He serves on the Modern Language Association and Conference on College Composition and Communication Joint Task Force on Writing and AI (MLA-CCCC Joint Task Force on Writing and AI). A team consisting of scholars and teachers from electronic literature, rhetoric, and composition, the joint task force is charged to, among other things, create resources that will synthesize, set professional standards, and make recommendations/provide guidance to members. Antonio's first book manuscript The Literacy Pivot: How Black Adults Learn Computer Programming in a Racist World (The WAC Clearinghouse/University Press of Colorado) is forthcoming 2024.
Student, Columbia University Session: How Students Use AI
Owen is a sophomore at Columbia University studying computer science. He’s passionate about the applications of computing to social issues like education. His opinion piece “I'm a student. You have no idea how much we're using ChatGPT.” for The Chronicle of Higher Education addressed student use of AI tools and kickstarted a vibrant discussion around AI and academic integrity.
Graduate, Princeton University Webinar for Students
Hannah is a recent graduate of the School of Public and International Affairs with a certificate in Journalism. Hannah enjoys creatively exploring the complex and pressing issues through Journalistic writing. In addition to the Press Club, she is very involved with Princeton’s Undergraduate Student Government.