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These guides (one for instructors & one for students) were created by:
Michelle Halla, Nicole Pagowsky, Niamh Wallace
Feel free to copy this guide, in part or in its entirety, in your own LibGuide.
Please attribute “University of Arizona Libraries, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.”
We also offer a Student Guide to ChatGPT.
We cover only AI that can generate text, images, video, music, or speech. Examples: ChatGPT, Bing Chat, Midjourney, Runway.
Last updated on December 6, 2023.
We aim to keep this guide up to date. But since new developments are happening so quickly, it's possible this may be out of date when you read it.
If you are new to the practice of using generative AI tools like ChatGPT, these short videos provide a useful introduction.
Practical AI for Instructors and Students (10 to 12 minutes each)
Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Brief tutorials from the University of Arizona Libraries. Total time to complete all four, approximately 30-40 minutes.
ChatGPT can be a useful tool when it comes to deciding what your topic should be for a research paper. We've created this guide for use with students.
AI literacy is the ability to:
From a 2020 paper, by Long and Magerko, who synthesized a variety of interdisciplinary literature into a set of core competencies.
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