Teaching with Generative AI at U of T

This resource addresses generative artificial intelligence in teaching and learning within the University of Toronto context. Below are curated items and examples to support U of T instructors interested in generative AI and seeking information on how to include, or better engage with, generative AI in their teaching practice.  

There are a growing number of generative AI tools available and the capabilities of these tools is evolving at a rapid rate. While the University continues to explore other possibilities, at this time, the only institutionally supported generative AI tool is Microsoft Copilot. While not directly supported, Contact North AI Tutor Pro has completed a security review. Please be aware that any other generative AI tool used within a University of Toronto course or organization that has not been vetted for privacy or copyright concerns should be used with caution. If you would like to learn more about the tools available in U of T’s academic toolbox, please visit ARC’s New Tools.

Would you like to speak with an Educational Developer or Faculty Liaison about teaching with a generative AI tool?

Do you have an assignment or assessment to share? A strategy for using generative AI in your classroom?  Submitted examples will appear under What’s happening at U of T.

Sessions and Workshops

Instructor-facing teaching and learning sessions with a focus on generative AI tools and assignments.

What's happening at U of T

Instructor profiles and assessments and strategies being used that incorporate generative AI.

Teaching with Generative AI

What to consider when incorporating generative AI tools into your teaching.

Tips to Get You Started

Are you new to generative AI? Some suggestions to get you started.

Institutional Guidance

Institutional guidelines and resources


A curated list of resources to support instructors using generative AI tools in their teaching.

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