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Teaching Resources Related to Generative AI

  • Considerations for Integrating AI Within Teaching and Learning: The University of Delaware's working group on AI in teaching and learning published a document outlining considerations for faculty who are considering using AI tools in teaching and learning. The guide includes ethical considerations for faculty who choose to use AI to support their teaching and grading.
  • Quick Start AI Guide: Western Michigan University has developed a guide covering the basics of Generative AI tools, guidance for setting syllabus statements and policies, AI ethics and bias concerns, and practice prompting exercises to help faculty make informed choices on whether or not to use AI in the classroom.
  • GenAI Class Policy/Teaching Philosophy Generator: An AI tool to help faculty create AI policies for their classes. Requires a subscription to ChatGPT Plus.
  • The Sentient Syllabus Project: An ongoing initiative "by academics for academics to navigate the uncharted waters of the era of Artificial Intelligence." Includes an overview of how LLMs work, principles for using AI, examples of learning objectives that address AI, suggestions for AI-based course activities, and syllabus resources (e.g., sample rubrics, suggestions for student documentation of AI use, and example statements on academic integrity). The group also maintains a corresponding blog.
  • Sample Syllabi Policies for AI Generative Tools: Created by Lance Eaton, this document allows faculty to share their own course policies and view those of other faculty related to student use of generative AI tools.
  • AI in Education Resource Directory: This resource is maintained by members of the AI in Education Google Group. It includes links to AI tools, resources for instructors, compilations of readings and videos, and links to sample institutional policies.
  • AI x Education Conference recordings: Designed by students for K-12 and higher education educators and administrators, this conference was held in August 2023 to discuss the impact of AI on education, address current challenges and potentials, hear the perspectives and experiences of students and other stakeholders, and explore innovative solutions. Recordings of sessions are now available.
  • 60+ Ideas for ChatGPT Assignments: An open source "tips" book by the University of Central Florida  on assignments that make use of ChatGPT to help build student AI fluency. The book includes an explanation of how Large Language Models (LLMs) like ChatGPT work.
  • AI Guidance from Yale: Yale's Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning offers guidance for exploring how Generative AI works, suggestions for adapting teaching, recommended reading, examples of  faculty who have incorporated AI into teaching, and words of caution related to privacy and intellectual property.
  • SLO Talks on Artificial Intelligence: The California Outcomes Assessment Coordinators Hub (COACHes) held a series of free, recorded webinars in Fall 2023 by faculty from diverse institutions on generative AI in higher education, particularly related to assessment of student learning. Topics included using AI for formative and summative assessments and writing instruction in the age of AI.
  • Executive Order on Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence: White House executive order from 10/30/23 to establish standards for safety, security, and equity in the use of AI. The order also calls for creating resources to support educators deploying AI-enabled educational tools.