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Generative AI for Students

We know students want to use generative artificial intelligence safely and responsibly. The resources provided here offer an introduction to using these tools at McMaster and point to further resources to learn more. If you have any questions or doubt about whether you should use generative artificial intelligence as a student be sure to contact your course instructor for clarification.

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Academic Integrity Read more about academic integrity and generative AI

The use of generative AI raises important questions about academic integrity. Review these McMaster specific resources to learn more and to be sure you are using generative AI in line with McMaster’s Academic Integrity Policy.

Learning Path Follow the Learning Path

LinkedIn Learning offers a learning path for students interested in understanding more about generative AI.

Citation Guide Review the citation guide

The Library created this citation guide to help educators and students understand when and how to cite generative AI in their written work.

TAs and Generative AI Read the TA Resource

Working as a teaching assistant and wondering about generative AI? Review this resource and get in touch with the MacPherson Institute.

Learn more about generative AI Learn More

It can be hard to know where to start in learning more about generative AI. There are many resources, news articles and publications, and the information changes very quickly. Here we gather some of the most useful information for you to learn more, as well as some of the more topical pieces from the news.