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Curated by Dr. Stephanie Verkoeyen, educational developer at the MacPherson Institute, this tagged and annotated set of resources is geared to the post-secondary context.
“AI Dialogues” delves into the ethical and practical questions of generative AI for the McMaster campus community, bridging the gap between knowledgeable educators, students, and practitioners and those less familiar with AI technology.
This online module aims to provide you with an understanding of generative AI to help you think through how these technologies intersect with your teaching practices. Whether you have reservations or enthusiasm about AI in education, “Introduction to Generative AI for Educators” offers a space for exploration and thoughtful consideration.
A guide for teachers using ChatGPT in their classroom—including suggested prompts, an explanation of how ChatGPT works and its limitations, the efficacy of AI detectors, and bias.
Self-paced course on artificial intelligence from Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR) Sign up for the course
This course aims to define artificial intelligence, discuss societal impacts and explore a specific AI project.
This open-source collection of crowd-sourced use cases offers educators different exemplars of how generative AI can be used in courses across a range of different disciplines.