AI for Teaching and Learning
Resources & Upcoming Events
Setting Clear AI Expectations for Your Students
As you develop your own pedadgogical approach around whether, when and how you want students to use AI in the classroom, keep in mind that your approach may vary significantly from other faculty at our college. Make sure to communicate your expectations both within your syllabus and during the first week. Here are a few resources to support this:
Syllabi Policies for AI Generative Tools: A crowd-sourced sampling of shared statements curated by Lance Eaton.
Classroom Policies from the QuickStart Resources at Harvard's AI Pedagogy Project
Three Recommended Practices from Pima's TLC.
PimaOnline's AI for Teaching: A Resource Share (embedded below)
Artificial Intelligence Resources, University of Arizona
AI Tutorials Shared By Librarian Keith Rocci
PimaOnline AI for Teaching Resource Share
A Short History of AI and ChatGPT Events at Pima
View our AI Highlights & Events in 2023 which provides an archive of all of our efforts at Pima in the first year following the launch of ChatGPT 3.5. This includes a listing of our 40+ events connected with AI for teaching and learning.