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ChatGPT Resources for UNC Instructors

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The Center for Faculty Excellence (CFE) hosted a series of “Conversations on Teaching: AI and ChatGPT” meetings with various faculty, instructors, and staff across Carolina during Spring 2023 to hear concerns, experiences, and specific strategies to integrate ChatGPT into their teaching and/or work. This is a summary of selected issues, resources, and potential effective uses and challenges or concerns for instructors and students. The CFE will continue to seek information and engagement with faculty, staff, and instructors at Carolina and beyond and to provide shared resources to inform your response to ChatGPT and emerging tools that are impacting higher education. We hope to compile specific teaching and assessment strategies developed and used by Carolina faculty and instructors as “Field Notes for Teaching with ChatGPT” (forthcoming). A key concern is to ensure that we maintain the high academic standards and Honor Code that are central to a Carolina education and our campus community. Beyond the classroom, many are finding the tool itself to offer many possibilities and positive options that relate to general work and professional productivity.

This resource is meant to be a starting point for faculty to explore the implications and applications of generative AI platforms, such as ChatGPT, and their impacts on teaching at UNC. However, these platforms, their applications in higher education, and how the use of such tools is impacting teaching and learning, are evolving rapidly.  We will endeavor to continue to update this page as information and best practices develop.

Learn more about ChatGPT resources here.

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