AI Generators in the news

This page is a curated list of articles and videos related to artificial intelligence-generating tools and teaching. When available, USC Libraries links have been included.

There are many AI generators from which to choose. CET recommends exploring a variety of AI tools to identify the ones that work best for your needs. 

  • A list of AI tools for various disciplines and objectives can be found at  Future Tools
  • This website lists ideas for how to use AI tools.
  • Videos on various AI tools can be explored on Matt Wolfe’s Youtube
  • Ethan Mollick, an Associate Professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and Academic Director of Wharton Interactive, frequently writes on AI in education in his Substack, One Useful Thing. Articles on this substack include:

Ethical considerations of AI use including copyright violations, intellectual property infringement, or plagiarism should be considered. Guidance for these areas should be discussed with your department, and from the USC Office of Academic Integrity.

Articles, videos, and other resources for AI Generators in Teaching

60 Minutes: Artificial Intelligence Revolution, April 19, 2023.

Acar, O. A. Are your Students Ready for AI? A four-step framework to prepare learners for a Chat GPT world. Harvard Business Publishing Education. June 14, 2023.

Akash, S. Top 10 Ways in Which AI Transformed the Education Sector. Analytics Insight. June 23, 2023.

Harvard Business Publishing (webinar). Unlocking the Power of A.I.: How Tools Like Chat GPT Can Make Teaching Easier and More Effective. May 2, 2023.

Mollick, E., & Mollick, L., Let ChatGPT Be Your Teaching Assistant: Strategies for thoughtfully using AI to lighten your workload. (April 26, 2023).

Staton, B. & Murgia, M. The AI revolution already transforming education. Financial Times. May 20, 2023.

Academic journal articles

CET encourages faculty to keep up with AI in their professions by visiting the USC Libraries Research Guides.

Chang, C. Y., Kuo, S. Y., & Hwang, G. H. (2022). Chatbot-facilitated Nursing Education. Educational Technology & Society25(1), 15-27. USC Libraries link.

Bearman, M., Ryan, J. & Ajjawi, R. Discourses of artificial intelligence in higher education: a critical literature review. High Educ (2022). USC Libraries link.

Euchner, J. (2023). Generative AI. Research-Technology Management, 66(3), 71–74. USC Libraries link.

Hsu, T. C., Huang, H. L., Hwang, G. J., & Chen, M. S. (2023). Effects of Incorporating an Expert Decision-making Mechanism into Chatbots on Students’ Achievement, Enjoyment, and Anxiety. Educational Technology & Society26(1), 218-231. USC Libraries link.

Pavlik, J. V. (2023). Collaborating With ChatGPT: Considering the Implications of Generative Artificial Intelligence for Journalism and Media Education. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, 10776958221149577. USC Libraries link.

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