Navigating Artificial Intelligence at the University of Hawaiʻi: New Resources and Recommendations for Teaching and Learning

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) continues to transform the world of education in many ways. It’s important to consider multiple factors and implications when deciding whether to integrate AI-based tools into your teaching and learning. The University of Hawaiʻi has created a number of compiled resources and recommendations for faculty, staff, and students: 

  • UH Online Generative AI webpage –  Reference this main page for guidelines and recommendations. Additional pages are available for targeted audiences: 
  • AI Resources for Teaching and Learning – This resource, created collaboratively by the UH Instructional Design Professional Learning Community (ID PLC), covers topics related to AI (i.e., Accessibility, Assessment, Citations & References, Copyright, Educational Considerations, Ethics, Pedagogy, Policies for the Classroom, Prompting, and Tools) along with summaries, key points, and/or recommended use for each included source.

Whether you are new to AI or already familiar with it, these resources can help guide you to explore the possibilities and potentials of AI for teaching and learning.

This Fall 2023 semester’s lineup of UHOIC-hosted events will be centered around AI; sign up for the UHOIC newsletter or visit the UHOIC website for more information as it becomes available!