AI Resources and Teaching

The rapid emergence of new artificial intelligence tools creates both challenges and opportunities for higher education. Below, you will find resources for navigating this new educational landscape, with information on a variety of AI tools and their responsible use within the classroom and beyond.  Please know that these resources will continue to be updated as these AI tools and resources change.

CTL led two AI-focused workshops during the 2023-2024 academic year thus far; another we collaborated with the Library during their Digital Scholarship Series.  You can watch those recordings by clicking the titles of those workshops below:

Do you have ideas for how to utilize AI tools in your field? Let us know at:

**CTL is currently organizing prompts for generative AI and prompt libraries that will soon be linked below.  It is crucial that our students understand the limitations of GenAI, but are provided guidance on usage when permitted.  An ethical GenAI use checklist will also be added shortly.  Check back mid-April. 
  • Language Generation

    Language Generation

    Language Generation Tools can generate text in response to prompts.

  • Visuals, Videos, and Music

    Visuals, Videos, and Music

    Artificial intelligence can be used to both enhance and synthesize creative works, generate graphics and music, develop videos, and much more.

  • Information Extraction & Quantative Analysis

    Information Extraction & Quantative Analysis

    Artificial intelligence can be used to extract relevant information from a wide range of sources, such as articles, book chapters, social media posts, and video content.

  • AI Syllabus Language Examples

    AI Syllabus Language Examples

    There are lots of ways we may or may not want our students to use AI related to their coursework. Here are some examples of communications for students to better understand your expectations.