S3E4: ChatGPT - the potential is as vast as the challenges and concerns - a conversation with Autumm Caines and Lance Eaton
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In this episode I interview Autumm Caines and Lance Eaton about ChatGPT and how they see it affecting higher ed and instructional design from a variety of perspectives. This episode is insightful and also humorous at times.

Autumm Caines:
Autumm Caines is a liminal space. Part technologist, part artist, part manager, part synthesizer she aspires to be mostly educator. You will find Autumm at the place where different disciplines and fields intersect, always on the threshold, and trying to learn something new. Autumm currently works full-time as an Instructional Designer at the University of Michigan – Dearborn and part-time as Instructional Faculty at College Unbound where she teaches courses in Digital Citizenship as well as Web and Digital Portfolio.

Lance Eaton:
Lance Eaton is the Director of Digital Pedagogy at College Unbound, a part-time instructor at North Shore Community College and Southern New Hampshire University, and a PhD student at the University of Massachusetts, Boston with a dissertation that focuses on how scholars engage in academic piracy. He has given talks, written about, and presented at conferences on artificial intelligence generative tools in education, academic piracy, open access, OER, open pedagogy, hybrid flexible learning, and digital service-learning. His musings, reflections, and ramblings can be found on his blog: http://www.ByAnyOtherNerd.com as well as on Twitter: @leaton01Support the showPlease consider making a donation to my Patreon account to help support this podcast financially: patreon.com/rjhogue
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