A comprehensive guide, which covers the topics of: ChatGPT in the Classroom; Capabilities of GPT; Limits of GPT; Detecting text created by AI; AI and Academic Integrity; Research on ChatGPT, and more. Created by Chris Levesque, a librarian at University of West Florida.
"A practical source of information for college-level instructors struggling to navigate the potential impacts of ChatGPT (and other Large Language Models) in class." A Q/A text format. Compiled by A. Maynard, Arizona State University
Basic facts about ChatGPT and other Large Language Models (LLMs), key questions that such technologies raise, and the basics of how they operate. A list of resources curated and annotated by the MLA Task Force.
A selected list of resources, which reflect varied concerns about generative AI tools such as Copyright and Intellectual Property, Misinformation and Disinformation, Plagiarism and Academic Integrity, and more. Created by Jane Stimpson, a librarian at Massachusetts Library System.
Resources curated for librarians, faculty, and administrators to get started with thinking, talking about, and incorporating this new technology.
Created by Jane Stimpson, a librarian at Massachusetts Library System.