Teaching & Learning
Guidance for Generative AI
USF recognizes the increasing availability and impact of generative artificial intelligence (AI) tools on teaching and learning. Generative AI technologies like ChatGPT and Microsoft Copilot offer new opportunities to foster creativity and engage students in critical thinking, writing, and analysis, cultivating the development of modern skills needed in today’s workforce. As Generative AI technologies rapidly evolve, it is crucial for faculty to be equipped with the necessary tools and knowledge to integrate this powerful technology into their teaching practices.
This webpage offers information tailored to faculty. Resources will be updated as tools and guidelines continue to evolve.
Ethical Generative AI Usage
Generative artificial intelligence (genAI) tools are rapidly transforming our teaching and learning, research, and business practices at USF. These tools will shift our approach to both regular tasks and how we address new challenges. With increasing availability of genAI tools, USF provides guidance and considerations for implementing use into various workflows.
CITL has developed a set of recommendations to guide you through developing a course policy that meets your learning goals. These can be augmented to work in your specific context. CITL Generative AI Course Policy Recommendations
See additional generative AI resources developed by CITL including workshops and opportunities to engage with faculty colleagues.
Citing Generative AI
If faculty and students use ChatGPT or other generative AI technology for writing, transparency is vital. The USF Libraries have developed essential resources for citation in writing, research and publications.
Exercise caution on Public generative AI tools such as Claude and ChatGPT. Treat posting information the same way you would a public or social media site.