Resources for Teaching in the ChatGPT Era

Upcoming Events

The Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning will highlight upcoming
faculty and staff events for ChatGPT in academia and related topics.

Designing Assignments in the Era of ChatGPT
Thursday, April 13, 11 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
MS Teams
In this workshop hosted by the Delphi Center and Writing Center, participants will design or revise an assignment while learning ideas for how to frame assignments that produce original, meaningful student work and incorporate ChatGPT in assignment design in ethical ways.
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The Delphi Center has compiled the following curated resources as a service to support teaching decisions along a range of faculty philosophical positions related to generative writing tools such as ChatGPT.

General Information on ChatGPT in Higher Education


The categories below were devised by Kevin Yee, PhD, Director of the Karen L. Smith Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Central Florida (UCF) and were first used to categorize strategies for teaching with ChatGPT. The following set of resources is intended as a complement to UCF’s strategies page, “Artificial Intelligence Writing.”

Category 1: Neutralize the Software

Category 2: Teach Ethics, Integrity and Career-Related Skills

Category 3: Lean into the Software’s Abilities

Members of the UofL community are invited to submit additional resources for Delphi Center to share. Please submit links to this form.

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