Teaching Resources

Generative AI Teaching Activities: Online Repository

Resource Overview

View and contribute to the CTL's online repository of teaching activities that use generative AI

The CTL has partnered with WashU Libraries’ Scholarly Communications and Digital Publishing Services to build an online activity repository where WashU instructors can share teaching activities that ask students to engage with generative AI tools (like ChatGPT) in creative and critical ways.

Explore the repository and see how other WashU instructors are using AI in their teaching!

Have an activity you’d like to submit? First, follow these instructions to set up an Open Scholarship account if you don’t have one yet. Then use this form to submit your activity for review by CTL staff.

Before you submit an activity, please be sure you have the following items prepared:

  • The activity’s title and a brief, 1-sentence summary of how it will work
  • A list of keywords (5 maximum)
  • One or more files containing information about your activity and any materials another instructor might need to replicate it

Need some inspiration? Check out some of the resources curated by CTL staff:

Have suggestions?

If you have suggestions of resources we might add to these pages, please contact us:

ctl@wustl.edu(314) 935-6810Mon - Fri, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.