Navigating AI can be overwhelming. Media reporting on AI is often dramatized and incorrect. Even respectable publications can misrepresent the power or promise of AI.
This guide is meant to provide an introduction to the current AI tools that are relevant for use in educational settings, and to demystify some of the hype surrounding AI. It will help you consider whether you might integrate AI into your teaching, and how to do so responsibly.
Don’t underestimate your capacity to understand AI concepts and bring value to these conversations. Now more than ever, the world needs insights from those in the humanities and the arts. You don’t need to know everything about AI to consider how AI tools might be thought-provoking, beneficial, or detrimental in your classroom.
Part 1: AI Starter
For educators who are new to using AI tools, Part 1 introduces AI concepts, suggests classroom AI policies, and more.
Part 2: LLM Tutorial
A guided demonstration of ChatGPT, recommended even for those who have used it before. You’ll learn essential dos and don’ts, debunk common myths, and be prepared to use large language models responsibly.
Part 3: Resources
There’s always more to learn! In Part 3 we include additional trusted resources to continue expanding your knowledge about AI.