Posted at 8:15 a.m. March 9, 2023, by Emily Corse in News
Some professors are excited about integrating ChatGPT into their class activities and assessments. Others might be feeling a bit weary of the endless new challenges technology raises. Rutgers–Camden Instructional Design & Technology will be working with our faculty to create a set of resources to provide clarity and assistance to our instructors, no matter where they fall on this spectrum.
In the meantime, here are some starting points for learning more:
- To try out ChatGPT, create an account at chat.openai.com. You can ask the bot a question, or give it a writing challenge.
- University of Pittsburgh has a helpful page of ChatGPT Resources for Faculty. Sections include:
- What is ChatGPT?
- What can ChatGPT and other generative AI tools do?
- What are the limitations of tools like ChatGPT?
- What are some opportunities for using tools like ChatGPT in my teaching?
- What can I do to encourage academic integrity?
- ChatGPT and Teaching Resources
- Some examples of ChatGPT output for specific prompts
- I have questions for ChatGPT (humor from The New Yorker)