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Using AI Language Models

A brief overview of how to use AI Language Models

AI in the Classroom


Please check with your instructor to determine if content generated from an AI will be accepted as a scholarly resource!!!


How to cite ChatGPT - APA Style 

American Psychological Association. (2020). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (7th ed.). https://doi.org/10.1037/0000165-000

AI Podcasts:
Can You Tell the Difference? (AI vs. Human) Videos

Assignment Considerations

Before assigning students to work on projects involving AI chatbots, or deciding to create an account, make sure to review the privacy policy of the tool(s) you've selected. Also, consider what benefit you may be providing the developer to improve the tool's algorithm.

Except where otherwise cited, the information below is from "ChatGPT & Education" by Torrey Trust, Ph.D., and is licensed under CC BY NC 4.0.

ChatGPT Privacy Policy

OpenAI (the company that designed ChatGPT) collects a lot of data from ChatGPT users. 

Educator TIP: Before asking your students to use ChatGPT (if you plan to do so), please read over the privacy policy with them and allow them to opt-out if they do not feel comfortable having their data collected and shared as outlined in the policy.

Other possibilities:

  • Not asking students to create ChatGPT accounts and instead doing instructor demos
  • Encouraging students to use burner email accounts (to reduce personal data collection) if they choose to use the tool
  • Using one shared class login

 

Source: Trust, T. (2023). ChatGPT & education [Google Slides]. Retrieved on March 30, 2023, from https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Vo9w4ftPx-rizdWyaYoB-pQ3DzK1n325OgDgXsnt0X0/edit?usp=sharing


Instructors can also use:

Perplexity AI - Perplexity AI is an answer engine that uses large language models and search engines to deliver accurate answers to user questions. You do not need an account for this tool. Its accuracy is limited by search results and AI capabilities like other large language models. 


AI Videos:

AI in the Classroom Links

Don’t Ban ChatGPT in Schools. Teach With It.

Source: Roose, K. (2023, January 13). Don’t Ban ChatGPT in Schools. Teach With It. The New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2023/01/12/technology/chatgpt-schools-teachers.html


ChatGPT Is a Tipping Point for AI (hbr.org)

Source: Mollick, E. (2022, December 14). ChatGPT Is a Tipping Point for AI. Harvard Business Review. https://hbr.org/2022/12/chatgpt-is-a-tipping-point-for-ai


Every Student Is Cheating With Chatgpt, and Thats a Good Thing

Source: Rivero, V. (2022). Every Student is Cheating with ChatGPT, and That’s a Good Thing. EdTech Digest. https://www.edtechdigest.com/2022/12/20/every-student-is-cheating-with-chatgpt-and-thats-a-good-thing/


Can AI Cite Its Resources?

What Does It Mean To Cite Evidence?

Source: Altman, T. A. (2023, May 9). What’s state-of-the-art when an AI cites sources of evidence? Part 1 in our series. Museum of AI. https://museumof.ai/whats-state-of-the-art-when-an-ai-cites-sources-of-evidence/