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Writing Help: ChatGPT and Other Generative AI Writing Tools

IMPORTANT NOTE: The information, tools, and compilations listed in this guide are not endorsed by the Writing Centre. Please read our policy.

Writing Centre Tutoring Policy on Generative AI

IMPORTANT NOTE: The information, tools, and compilations listed in this guide are not endorsed by the Writing Centre. Please read our policy and keep in mind the following:

1) It is essential to obtain permission from instructors, supervisors, prospective publishers or any other stakeholders before utilizing generative AI tools such as ChatGPT. This ensures that you preserve learning and use resources responsibly, ethically, and lawfully while respecting the privacy of individuals and upholding intellectual property rights, including Indigenous Knowledges.

2) Furthermore, before using any AI-powered tools, one should be aware of the ethical issues around generative artificial intelligence, including considerations around privacy, bias and discrimination, fabrications, environmental concerns, human labour, and academic integrity. These and other ethical concerns are outlined in plain language in a post by Leon Furze. 

Generative AI and Teaching and Learning

Generative AI and Indigenous Knowledges, Languages, and Data

Generative AI Writing Tools: Lists and Reviews

IMPORTANT NOTE: The information, tools, and compilations listed in this guide are not endorsed by the Writing Centre. It is essential to obtain permission from instructors, supervisors, prospective publishers or any other stakeholders before using such tools​​​​​​.

Learn More about Generative AI

USask Tutorial on Ethical Use of Generative AI

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Citation and Copyright

Always check with your instructor, supervisor, or prospective publisher for clarity on the use of and citation of ChatGPT and similar tools.

Websites with Bibliographies and Source Pages