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May 10, 2023 Digital Pedagogy

Guidelines for Faculty in Dealing with the Use of Generative AI Tools

Discussions about the uses and misuses of generative artificial intelligence entered the broader public discourse of the United States in November 2022. The University of Alabama offers a considered response

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May 10, 2023 Faculty Blog

Teaching Students How to Do College: making the syllabus available

The syllabus is a useful tool for teaching and learning. If you search for ‘syllabus’ on the Teaching Hub (see the ‘magnifying glass’ in the upper-right corner?), you can find

The 5-speed gearshift pattern, which may indicate the metaphor for "shifting gears."
March 8, 2023 Critical Reading

The Rise of ChatGPT Can Make Student Writing Better 

by Amy Dayton and Amber Buck, English On campuses across the US, faculty, administrators, and students alike are talking about ChatGPT. If you haven’t heard, ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence