AI-ASSISTED LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION: USEFUL LINKS

I want to extend a big thank you to each and every one of you who attended and participated in our today’ webinar AI-Assisted Language Instruction: To AI, or Not to AI, for taking the time to attend and for making today’s webinar a success. Your energy and engagement truly made the presentation come alive.   

I’ve put together a list of some useful links that will help you get a better idea of what AI can bring to the table and address some of the questions and pain points you mentioned in the chat during the webinar. 

Useful Links

Are there any particular websites where we can learn more about AI?

The A-Z Guide of AI from Google 

Google Digital Garage: AI courses for beginners

Could you please share some links or sources where we can learn more about AI tools?

Futurepedia is one of the largest AI tools directory

ChatGPT, Chatbots and Artificial Intelligence in Education from Ditch That Textbook is a great one-stop resource to learn about many aspects of AI use in education.

43 Examples of Artificial Intelligence in Education from the University of San Diego 

THE BEST NEW – & FREE – ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TOOLS THAT COULD BE USED IN THE CLASSROOM from Larry Ferlazzo

AI Writing Tools and Education: What Teachers Need to Know in 2023 by Nik Peachey

Lana, you showed us some artificial voices of teachers. Some were really good. Were they all made in one program?

D-ID: a video creator with text-to-speech software  (teachers’ voices)

Play.ht: an AI voice generator with text-to-speech software (Shakespeare’s voice)

VEED.io: a video editor with text-to-speech software (IELTS student’s voice)

Elevenlabs

‘Pain points’: Finding good pictures

Canva: now it also has text-to-image and magic write apps

Midjourney: a text-to-image app

Playground AI: a text-to-image app (you can create more images for free compared to Midjourney)

ImageSuggest: it uses AI to find relevant, free images for your article

The DALL-E Prompt Book

THE BEST RESOURCES FOR TEACHING & LEARNING WITH AI ART GENERATION TOOLS

‘Pain points’: Finding new videos

AssemblyAI: the platform has a number of AI models to work with videos

D-ID: a video maker that can help you make ‘talking heads’

Genmo.ai: a text-to-video tool

Imagen: this is a Google text-to-video tool that hasn’t been launched yet. But you can already see what the future holds.

Are there any resources with more practical prompts?

Once again, thank you, and I look forward to continuing our conversation in the future.

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