With the Fall semester fast approaching it's important to remember that our website hosts a variety of resources for instructors and game authors. Two new resources have been added to help Reacting members adapt to changes in the classroom and publishing.
ADAPTING TO ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Wider adoption of large language models by students has made it difficult for instructors to ensure that their students are doing work and developing skills. In addition to learning how to detect the use of AI by students, this document aims to help instructors incorporate it and restructure assignments to prevent its use.
RTTP Instructor AI Advice
By: Reacting AI Working Group
SECURING PERMISSIONS FOR PUBLISHED GAMES
Game authors will inevitably use copyrighted materials for their games. Whether it's a core text, translation, or illustration it's important to understand copyright and permissions. Jace Weaver, the RTTP Publications Liaison, has developed a tipsheet and has resources to help soon-to-be-published game authors manage permissions in their games.
Copyright and Permissions Tipsheet
By: Jace Weaver
You can learn more about Copyright and Permissions here.
We have more resources on the way that we can't wait to release! Stay tuned for materials designed to increase accessibility and promote safe gameplay.
FIND MORE RESOURCES
All of our materials for instructors and game authors can be found on our Resources page.