The Distance Education team at SRJC has collected the following resources to support faculty who are interested in learning more about, and responding to, the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology in the classroom such as ChatGPT.
We are happy to add additional resources here and would love your feedback. For any comments or suggestions please email Lauren Mitchell Nahas (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- ChatGPT Resources for Faculty, University of Pittsburg
- A quick, basic overview
- ChatGPT Tutorial (YouTube video)
- Sample responses from ChatGPT to questions and writing prompts.
- Artificial general intelligence (AGI) is the ability of an intelligent agent to understand or learn any intellectual task that a human being can.
Instructional Strategies to Increase Academic Integrity
- "Considerations for using and addressing advanced automated tools in coursework and assignments," University of Delaware, Center for Teaching and Assessment of Learning
- A basic introduction to authentic assessment which can be used to discourage academic dishonestly
- Learning That Matters Resources page
- Resources and ideas from the authors of Learning That Matters: A Field Guide to Course Design for Transformative Education
- Equitable Grading Strategies: Finding new ways to think about assessment, @ONE
- A four-week course that guides participants in exploring alternative grading strategies
- The rise of ChatGPT and how to work with it and around it, Liquid Margins, Hypothes.is
- Panel discussion of various approaches to using & not using ChatGPT in the classroom, and how social annotation tools like Hypothes.is can provide a means to shift instruction to increase academic integrity
Instructional Challenges and Ideas
- Educator Considerations for ChatGPT, OpenAI (the creators of ChatGPT)
- Sample Course Policies Related to ChatGPT and Other AI Tools, Dr. Joel Gladd, College of Western Idaho
- ChatGPT Advice Academics Can Use Now, Inside Higher Ed
- Lots of specific ideas and multiple viewpoints.
- Embrace the Bot: Designing Writing Assignments in the Face of AI, Faculty Focus
- Lots of specific ideas. Focused on writing instruction.
- ChatGPT Guidance for the CUNY Classroom, Graduate Center at City University of New York
- Provides some specific ideas and brings up some important equity issues related to ChatGPT.
- ‘Everybody is Cheating’: Why this teacher has adopted an open ChatGPT policy, NPR
- 5 min listen with some ideas from a professor who is already using ChatGPT.
- AI Text Generators and Teaching Writing: Starting Points for Inquiry, WAC Clearinghouse
- This links out to a large number of resources focused on writing instruction.
- ChatGPT: A Must-See Before the Semester Begins, Faculty Focus
- Designing Assignments in the ChatGPT Era, Inside Higher Ed
- EDUCAUSE Quick Poll Results: Did ChatGPT Write this Report?, Educause
Deeper Conversations about the Implications of AI like ChatGPT
- What might ChatGPT mean for higher education?, Future Trends Forum
- A panel discussion with academics considering ChatGPT from various perspectives.
- How High School Should Change for an Era of AI and Robots, Edsurge
- An interview with the authors of Running with Robots: The American High Schools Third Century
- How AI is Impacting Higher Education,Teaching Higher Ed
- An interview Cynthia Alby, author of Learning that Matters: A Field Guide to Course Design for Transformative Education
- Is A.I. the Problem? Or Are We?, The Ezra Klein Show
- An interview with Bryan Christian, author of The Alignment Problem, which discusses the key technical and moral questions of A.I.
Tools to Combat Plagiarism via ChatGPT
- Turnitin claims to have technology that can detect AI-assisted writing and AI writing generated by tools such as ChatGPT
- Sneak preview of Turnitin's AI writing and ChatGPT detection capability
- “Our exclusive AI technology provides students and educators with a clear concept of content authenticity, from plagiarism to AI-generated text detection, using any case as a learning opportunity, offering the most comprehensive results available anywhere. With 99.12% accuracy, the AI Content Detector is the most comprehensive, accurate AI text detection solution available.”
- Integrates with Canvas
- A college student created an app that can tell whether AI wrote an essay (NPR)
- How to spot AI-generated text (MIT Technology Review)
More ChatGPT Resources
- Higher Ed, Meet GPT-3: We Will Never Be the Same!, Inside Higher Ed
- ChatGPT and the rise of AI writers: how should higher education respond?, The Times Higher Education
- Teaching Experts Are Worried About ChatGPT, but Not for the Reasons You Think, The Chronicle of Higher Education
- How ChatGPT Could Transform Higher Education, Social Science Space
- How to Identify chatGPT stories?, Medium
- ChatGPT is Coming for Classrooms. Don’t Panic, Wired
- “Don’t Ban ChatGPT in Schools. Teach With It,” The New York Times
- “Alarmed by AI Chatbots, Universities Start Revamping How They Teach,” The New York Times
- “Teaching: Will ChatGPT Change the Way You Teach?” The Chronicle of Higher Education