Upcoming Generative AI Events

January 19, 2024 • #LTT2024 Learning to Teach Creative Technologies with Generative AI

The Integrated Design and Media (IDM) program at NYU Tandon will host #LTT2024 Learning to Teach Creative Technologies with Generative AI: A Virtual UnSymposium. Learn more, register, or submit a proposal at https://wp.nyu.edu/ltt2024.

February 8, 2024 • NYU Teaching & Learning with Generative AI Virtual Symposium

NYU’s Office of the Provost will be hosting a Teaching and Learning with Generative AI Virtual Symposium. Learn more, register, or submit a proposal at https://wp.nyu.edu/2024aisymposium.

Spring 2024 • Generative AI TeachTalks

TeachTalks is a series of faculty-led conversations offered by the Office of the Provost. Participants discuss issues currently impacting student learning and share pedagogical innovations across disciplines. Two in the spring will focus on generative AI. Register at https://teachingsupport.hosting.nyu.edu/teachtalks once registration is available.

Teaching and Learning with Generative AI Google Space

To be in conversation with other NYU faculty about developments in generative AI for teaching and learning, email teaching@nyu.edu to join the NYU Teaching and Learning with generative AI Google Space, NYU T&L: AI Tools.

AI and Coursework 

Use of generative AI tools, and especially ChatGPT, continues to expand. AI tools are being added to email programs, word processors, spreadsheets, programming tools, image editors, and so on. By the end of 2024, and possibly by the end of this semester, a majority of NYU students will integrate AI into regular practice for one or more of their courses. Thousands are already there, and students who report using AI at all typically report using it in more than one class.

Faculty have authority over your classrooms, including authority over whether and how you ask students to use AI. However, students have wide access to these tools, whether we want them to or not; if you want students not to use AI for an assignment or a whole course, you can only achieve that with their assent.

The expandable below lays out frequent questions faculty have about AI use in the classroom. Your school may also have guidance about AI use which will take precedence over these guidelines. Please consult them as well.

Instructor Generative AI Guides

NYU Generative AI Guides and Resources

Non-NYU Generative AI Resources

Generative AI Advisory Announcements

Teaching with Generative Tools (TGT) Working Group

The Teaching and Generative Tools (TGT) Working Group is made up of self-identified faculty from across New York University (including global sites). Members convene monthly as a whole and in sub-working groups on relevant and developing topics related to the subject of large language model tools such as ChatGPT, GPT-4, and others.