CITL Summer Workshop 2023

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About the event 

The 2023 CITL Summer Workshop will bring Lehigh faculty together for a conversation on considerations on the use of Generative AI in teaching and learning, followed by two hands-on sessions designed to familiarize faculty with various generative AI tools.

The first session will be fully remote. The subsequent hands-on sessions will take place in the LTS Digital Media Studio computer lab*.

2023 Summer Workshop Schedule

For each event you would like to attend, click 'Register here.' After registering for the first session you will receive a confirmation email with the associated Zoom link and have the option to add the event to your calendar. The second and third sessions will be held in the Digital Media Studio computer lab*. Upon registering for these sessions you will receive a confirmation email that a space in the classroom is reserved for you. (If for any reason you are unable to attend these sessions after registering, please use this confirmation email to cancel your registration so that we can make the seat available to another person.)

Tuesday, August 22nd


Generative AI Fall 2023: Considerations and Strategies for Teaching and Learning

Join a discussion facilitated by Dr. Greg Reihman, Vice Provost for Library and Technology Services, on considerations for the impact of Generative AI in teaching and learning in Fall 23 and strategies for making use of AI in the classroom. This session will be fully remote.

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Hands-on Use of ChatGPT, DALL-E, and DataCamp

Participate in a hands-on, facilitated session to familiarize yourself with the basic features of AI tools to generate text and images, as well as library resources related to AI. Tools include ChatGPT, DALL-E, and DataCamp. During this session you will work on one of the Digital Media Studio* computers as CITL and Library staff introduce and guide you through basic use of each tool. 

This session is currently full. If you are interested in being added to a waiting list, please email



Drop-in sessions for ChatGPT, DALL-E and DataCamp Questions 

Join us in the Digital Media Studio computer lab* for 1:1 consultations with CITL and Library staff on the use of the tools demonstrated earlier (ChatGPT, DALL-E and DataCamp) and how you might consider using them in your teaching and research.

This session has limited seating remaining. If you are unable to register and interested in being added to a waiting list, please email



* The Digital Media Studio computer lab is located in Fairchild-Martindale Library using the breezeway entrance across from The Grind.