Resources for use in teaching
Gen AI has the potential to address some of the biggest challenges in education today. Nonetheless, as educators and students, we face a new frontier as we navigate a world in which the distinction between content generated by AI and humans is rapidly blurring.
To support conversations about how to include generative AI in your teaching, you are invited to participate in a new "Teaching and Learning with Generative AI" self-paced course designed by university experts to support Generative AI usage by faculty and staff. Click here to Self-enroll in the Canvas course now. This course includes foundational information about generative AI as well as practical ideas for implementation into courses. It is not necessary to complete the entire course. Each module can be completed individually to give you immediate access to the information you need.
Whether you plan to incorporate Gen AI into your course or avoid it, explain your policies in the course syllabus. Sample language is here.
The ASU Library Guide on Citing Generative AI Models shows examples of how to cite usage of Generative AI in the most common academic styles.
As these conversations take place, this website will be continually updated with resources for the ASU community. Our goal is to approach generative AI in a way that embraces its benefits while providing recommendations and guidelines on how to prevent its misuse.
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What are generative AI tools and how are they being used at ASU?
Learn what generative AI tools are and how they are being used. How can the ASU community stay informed and up to date on the latest developments in this field? How can we ensure that we are using these tools to their fullest potential while also minimizing the risks associated with their use?
What generative AI tools are available?
What generative AI tools are available for various types of content creation, including text, visual and audio? Learn the capabilities of what's out there and which tools may require specific technical expertise to use effectively.
How can ASU foster a positive culture around using generative AI?
How can ASU foster a positive culture around incorporating generative AI into teaching, learning, research and creative activity? This will require an ongoing commitment to learning, collaboration and responsible use. How can we approach this technology with an open mind and a commitment to ethical use? How can we unlock its full potential and make new discoveries in a wide range of fields?
In what ways can generative AI impact academic integrity?
How do we cultivate a positive outlook on the potential learning advancements that generative AI can provide? By reframing the conversation from cheating to focusing on how AI is already used in education and how it can effectively improve learning, we can promote a more positive and productive dialogue about this technology in the education community.
In what ways can generative AI impact critical thinking, research and writing?
What are the effects of generative AI tools on critical thinking, research and writing? How can we approach these tools with caution and responsibility, and carefully consider their potential impact on research and writing outcomes?