AI Resources for Teaching
Learn how to use and apply AI assistants in your teaching and in the evaluation of student work.
Common AI Apps
Get Started with AI
Helpful AI Resources from Dr. Cynthia Alby, Georgia College & State University
Other Useful Readings
The Homework Apocalypse
July 1, 2023, Ethan Mollick
Assigning AI: Seven Approaches for Students with Prompts
June 11, 2023, Ethan Mollick and Lilach Mollick, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
A Teacher’s Prompt Guide to ChatGPT by Andrew Herft
Futurpedia – an aggregate list of AI tools
New – Join the waitlist for Microsoft Designer (much like Canva)
Faculty members are encouraged to try ChatGPT by creating an account and feeding assignment prompts into it to preview generated text. Also, consider signing up for the BingGPT waitlist by downloading Microsoft Edge as one of your Internet browsers and going to Join Waitlist. It may help to also download the Bing mobile app.
A Helpful Overview of AI tool developments by Doug Holton, @edtechdev
Below are resources about AI assistants, including ChatGPT, to help in teaching and evaluating student work.
Continuously-updated crowd-sourced resources from the AI in Education Listserv
AI Tool List for Educators (growing list of AI tools for multiple purposes)
101 creative ideas to use AI in education (in slide format)
Other Resources on AI and Education
Mercer CTL’s presentation on ChatGPT and Instruction — relevant through mid-March 2023 depending on advancements in AI. You will need to enter Mercer credentials to view.
Ethan Mollick’s Substack Blog: One Useful Thing — highly recommended. Ethan is a professor at the Wharton School.
Alternative Strategies for AI in the Writing Classroom (Abriana Jetté, Teachers and Writers Magazine, February 21, 2023). This article discusses ways to apply rhetorical strategies to ChatGPT’s writing to maximize the human voice in our own writing.
Please contact the CTL at firstname.lastname@example.org to suggest additional resources.