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Below you will find links to resources relevant to instructors.

Teaching Guides from the Searle Center for Advancing Learning and Teaching

Exploring the Pedagogical Possibilities of Generative AI

A Heuristic for Designing Learning Experiences with Generative AI

Generative AI Text Tools and Applications

Generative AI Audio Tools and Applications

Northwestern Writing Program AI Resources

Generative AI in Design Thinking and Communication

Generative AI in First-Year Writing Seminars

Generative AI in The Writing Place

Generative AI in Business Writing

Sample Syllabus Statements

Using AI Tools in Your Research from the Northwestern Libraries

About ChatGPT and Generative AI LLMs

Academic Integrity and AI

Machine Learning for Research

Additional Readings for Librarians and Faculty

Generative AI Tools to Know and Test

The following tools encompass large language models (ChatGPT, Claude, and Bing), image generators (Dall-E, Adobe Firefly, and Stable Diffusion), and sound generators (Soundraw). All of them have free versions you can use. As Northwestern University does not have an agreement with any of these tools' providers, learning them will be done at your own risk. Users should be careful to share only publicly available information and not share private or university data.

Conversational interface for a large language model that can respond to text prompts and generate text in any form.

A conversational interface that uses natural language processing. It can also produce computer code.

Another large language model that takes the same form as a search engine.

Text prompts are transformed into computer graphics.

Adobe Firefly
Focused on image and text effect generation.

Stable Diffusion AI
A text-to-image GAI application that can be downloaded and installed on your computer.

Automated music generator that can create royalty-free music.

Videos and Resources from Northwestern's Summer 2023 Workshops on Generative AI

[Please note that these resources are available to Northwestern users only.]

last updated: Sept. 2023 Back to top