The availability of ChatGPT has led to many different reactions from educators who see its potential and challenges. This page provides suggestions for classroom use and suggestions for mitigating challenges posed by potential use by students.
ChatGPT has a lot of potential to assist both faculty and students in creating content. Below are a few examples to get your creative juices flowing.
ChatGPT also has significant limitations, notably its inability to use live Internet content.
ChatGPT is the most recent and highly publicized example of artificial intelligence tools that are relevant to educators. Other such tools can create art, write literature reviews or summarize research articles.
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The material in this guide was adapted from a variety of sources including:
ChatGPT, AI, and Implications for Higher Education by Evangeline Reid, Jake Bailey, and Aurora University is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0
ChatGPT: Resource guide to the AI software ChatGPT by Syracuse University Libraries and the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence.