AI TEACHING AND LEARNING TOOLS
Bryant University CTE (Center for Teaching Excellence)- has created a guide for faculty with recommendations, articles, tools, and more.
ChatGPT: Artificial Intelligence Guide- This guide is a great first place to go if you want to learn about the basics behind AI, especially models like ChatGPT. Librarians Amanda Wheatley and Sandy Hervieux have also created the ROBOT test for evaluating AI-based sources. If you're familiar with the CRAAP test or RADAR, ROBOT is going to be your new friend for AI.
ChatGPT: A Library Perspective- Check out our post from earlier this year on how AI intersects with information literacy.
GenAI Chatbot Prompt Library for Educators (free) - AI for Education has created a chatbot to help educators with prompt engineering for lesson planning, administrative tasks, and more.
OtterAI (freemium) - can be used to generate real-time closed captions and notes for calls, classes, and meetings.
Syllabi Policies for Generative AI (free)- Lance Eaton from College Unbound is collecting syllabi statements from primarily higher education faculty from all over the world. This is a great tool to see what others in your discipline are using as well as an opportunity to contribute to the scholarly conversation.
FACULTY INSTITUTE HANDOUTS- ALLISON PAPINI AND NAFEES QAMAR, BRYANT UNIVERSITY
Check out these resources here. Please note- access is currently limited to Bryant University users.
This is a complicated one. Depending on the discipline, AI may not need to be cited. It's best to check with your professor for information. Looking for actual citation instructions? Find a whole post on that here
As we've all seen from the last year or so, there are new developments in AI on what feels like an hourly basis. Be sure to bookmark this post and check back regularly for updates.
Questions? Email contact Allison Papini if you want to talk all things AI.