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Quick Start AI Guide

Brief Overview

Brief Overview

Pressed for time? This guide will prepare you to understand the basics of Generative AI tools such as Bing, Claude 2, and ChatGPT/GPT-4, set your course syllabus statement and policies, understand AI ethics and bias concerns, and practice prompting exercises so you can make informed choices on whether or not to use AI in your classroom. If you would like to learn more about AI or incorporate it into your teaching, reach out to WMUx using our contact form.

Step 1: Overview of Generative AI

Step 1: Overview of Generative AI (60 minutes)

Watch Drs. Ethan Mollick and Lilach Mollick’s “Practical AI for Instructors and Students,” Wharton School YouTube Channel:

Part 1: Introduction to AI for Teachers and Students. 31 July 2023.

Part 2: Large Language Models (LLMs). 1 August 2023

Part 3: Prompting AI. 2 August 2023.

Part 4: AI for Teachers. 3 August 2023.

Part 5: AI for Students. 4 August 2023.

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Step 2: Bias Concerns

Step 2: Bias Concerns (50 minutes)

Read/watch these resources:

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Step 3: Syllabus and Policy Statements

Step 3: Syllabus and Policy Statements (20 minutes)

Read/review these resources:

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Step 4: Citing Guides

Step 4: Citing Guides (10 minutes)

Review these resources:

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Step 5: Prompt Generation

Step 5: Prompt Generation (40 minutes)

Read these resources:

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