This page contains resources for faculty interested in learning more about artificial intelligence as it relates to their teaching. Each section covers a different aspect of AI.
Understanding Artificial Intelligence – Before you can decide how to approach AI in your classroom, it’s important to understand what AI is and how it works. These resource offer quick and insightful breakdowns to help you understand AI.
- The Encyclopedia Britannica has a detailed entry on the history of artificial intelligence.
- This article from Forbes includes a good explanation of what AI is and how we use it every day.
- This AI guide for beginners from the Washington Post is another good place to start learning about AI.
- The Museum of Science has a video overview of AI available on YouTube.
Course Policies on Artificial Intelligence – These links provide examples of policies on the use of AI in courses. Having a clear policy in place lets students know the expectations regarding AI use in a course.
- Carnegie Mellon University has several examples of possible course policies on AI.
- The University of Pittsburgh has examples of policies that prohibit AI use and policies that allow restricted use of AI in courses.
- If you’d like to craft your own policy, this article from The Chronicle of Higher Education points out things to consider when drafting a course policy on AI use.
Teaching Using Artificial Intelligence – Faculty interesting in using AI as part of their teaching will find good examples and ideas in this list.
- This video from Harvard School of Education features a group of faculty discussing ideas for using AI as part of their teaching.
- This guide from Chapman University features several ideas for using AI in the classroom.
- This article from Scientific American discusses how instructors can use AI as part of their teaching. It also gathers reactions to AI from students.
- The University of Notre Dame has a great webpage full of resources on AI, including tips for using it in the classroom.
- The Department of Education has created a detailed guide on AI and teaching.
Preventing AI Cheating – Faculty interested in prohibiting the use of AI in their courses will find some ideas here.
- In this article the textbook publisher Cengage offers suggestions to prevent students from using AI to cheat in online courses.
- In this Business Insider article several faculty offer their strategies to prevent AI cheating in their classes. A follow up article explores the same topic.
- The GPTZero teams offers some possible advice to prevent cheating on coursework using AI.