ArtificaI Intelligence (AI) / ChatGPT Resources
AI and ChatGPT have emerged as technologies that can have a significant impact on academic integrity. The following resources can help you learn more.
To Get Started
AI and ChatGPT in Teaching: Context and Strategies (10 pages)
This comprehensive article sets out five steps for faculty to consider in making decisions about what role AI might have in their courses:
- Revisit or identify our assessment aims.
- Given these aims, consider your assessment design.
- Make AI work for you, not against you.
- Use plagiarism checker tools as an imperfect last resort.
- Review and revise for accessibility and equity
Creating Assignments, Guidelines, and Policies
A shortlist for instructors using AI tools in their courses (2 pages).
- a document focused on making AI citations (MLA, APA, Chicago),
- a comprehensive handbook for students (from Glasgow),
- 100+ examples of assignments (crowdsourced from Manchester springboard), and
- a collection of syllabus statements (including two that were AI-generated, one from UMD; UMTC one in development).
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