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Resources for Faculty: ChatGPT


Curious* about how ChatGPT will impact higher education? So are we! We have been following developments of this artificial language intelligence product ever since OpenAI released it on November 30, 2022. ChatGPT - and the AI advances that will surely follow - have the potential to revolutionize learning. The implications are vast.

In the Gustavus Library, we are especially focused on how ChatGPT intersects with information literacy and traditional, scholarly research. We created this page as a place to share resources that address these questions and are sharing them with the broader community, as teaching research is part of what we all do. The landscape is changing rapidly; this page will continue to reflect ongoing developments in the world of ChatGPT. Stay tuned! We also invite you to check out the resources on the Teaching with Artificial Intelligence page compiled by the Kendall Center.

*or fascinated or terrified or confused or...


If you have articles or other resources to share related to ChatGPT and scholarly research, please email Julie Gilbert. And look for other announcements and resources about ChatGPT coming from other offices and departments, as conversations are happening across campus.

ChatGPT in the Classroom

General Resources

ChatGPT and Libraries

ChatGPT and Plagiarism

  • In this video, a tech reviewer explaining ChatGPT and asking deeper questions about how the software may influence our ideas re: credit/creativity and also plagiarism. 
  • AI Writing Check, developed by nonprofits and, can be used to detect AI-generated writing; organizers claim it is accurate 80-90% of the time.
  • ChatGPT is Making Universities Rethink Plagiarism, from Wired

ChatGPT and Academic Research

In the news

News stories about ChatGPT are being published all the time, especially as ChatGPT itself evolves. Check out these stories for the latest information.

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