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The following collection of articles, online courses, software programs, and more provides resources and practical insights curated by WKU’s AI Community of Practice to help educators leverage the benefits of generative AI in the classroom. Explore general, classroom-specific, and discipline-specific guides and applications to enhance teaching experiences with cutting-edge technology.


Elements of AI is a free online course that provides general information as to what AI is, what it can and can't do, and how to use it. 

How to Use AI to Do Stuff: An Opinionated Guide serves as an orientation to the current state of AI.

Weekly Resource Roundup is a compilation of general AI resources from Aberystwyth University in Wales, UK. 

AI in Higher Ed: Using What We Already Know About Good Teaching Practices is an article that argues there may be a lot of overlap in what instructors already know about teaching and what changes AI might bring to the classroom.

Are Your Students Ready for AI? is a framework created by Harvard Business Publishing that prepares learners for a "ChatGPT world." 

Artificial Intelligence Tools and Teaching from University of Iowa's Office of Teaching, Learning & Technology lists generative AI FAQ's relevant to teaching settings. 

Assigning AI: Seven Ways of Using AI in Class outlines the opportunities and the threats that AI presents in the classroom. 

ChatGPT Assignments to Use in Your Classroom Today is an open educational resource text from the University of Central Florida that shares ChatGPT assignments for instructors to use in their courses.

Considerations for using and addressing advanced automated tools in coursework and assignments, developed by the University of Delaware Center for Teaching & Assessment of Learning, provides context and practical suggestions for faculty who are addressing the use of advanced automated tools in their course(s). 

Conversations with Students about Generative Artificial Intelligence Tools from University of Waterloo's Centre for Teaching Excellence offers tips for navigating conversations regarding AI between instructors and students.

Effective Teaching and Generative AI is a guideline created at the Colorado School of Mines detailing how educators can be intentional about use of generative AI in the classroom. 

Generative AI and the Dissertation in Practice, written by a WKU faculty member, explores the advantages and challenges generative AI presents for educators in the dissertation process. 

Generative AI Usage Guidance contains recommended language for student guidelines for their use of generative AI, developed by the UNC AI Committee.

Guidance for Dartmouth Faculty on Teaching with Generative AI from Dartmouth College shares general tips for AI usage in the classroom.

• How AI Tools Both Help and Hinder Equity from Inside Higher Ed details how AI tools both assist students with disadvantages in developing skills needed for success, and threatens to widen the education gap. 

How Do I Consider the Impact of AI Tools in My Courses? is a guide from the University of Massachusetts Amherst Center for Teaching & Learning that helps educators navigate assignment and policy implementation amid widespread access to generative AI. 

Leveraging AI for Content Generation and Personalized Assessment in Higher Education is a presentation by Wade Dauberman from Eastern Florida State College that shares examples of quiz creation, discussion board augmentation, and grading with AI. 

Stop Focusing on Plagiarism, Even Though ChatGPT Is Here is an article produced by Harvard Business Publishing that encourages educators to promote academic integrity and adapt their teaching pedagogies amid more widespread access to generative AI.

Teaching and Learning with AI is a collection of AI resources collected by Ray Shroeder for his keynote presentation. 

Engineering Ecosystems with AI is a lecture recorded at the 2023 NAE Annual Meeting that illuminates new approaches to engineering ecosystems that better integrate human behavior and discusses how new AI technologies are being applied to these approaches.

• Published by the Journal of the American Medical Association: Google Health’s Chief Clinical Officer Talks About Incorporating AI in Health Care

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Teaching Law and Digital Age Legal Practice with an AI and Law Seminar is a journal article published by the Chicago-Kent Law Review that provides a guide and examples for using a seminar on AI and Law to teach lessons about legal reasoning and about legal practice in the digital age.



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 Last Modified 3/5/24