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ChatGPT and Generative Artificial Intelligence: WSU CTL & AI Discussion Group Resources

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GPT Store

Discover and create custom versions of ChatGPT that combine instructions, extra knowledge, and any combination of skills. The GPT Store showcases popular and trending GPTs across diverse categories such as DALL·E, writing, research, programming, education, and lifestyle. Explore a wide array of GPTs, crafted by both partners and the community.


PartyRock makes learning easy with a hands-on, code-free app builder. Experiment with prompt engineering techniques, review generated responses, and develop intuition for generative AI while creating and exploring fun apps (website.) For example, my Research Question Generator - try it out!

OpenAI’s free ChatGPT app for iOS

This official app is free (no ads!), syncs your history across devices, and brings you the newest model improvements from OpenAI. The app uses the free ChatGPT v.3.5 by default, or select v. 4 at a subscription cost of $20/monthly. OpenAI includes its speech recognition system, Whisper, for English to their native app. NOTE: the app is limited to phones that can run the iOS 16.1 operating system, which means iPhone 8 or newer hardware models.

MacGPT - a native macOS app for ChatGPT

This app requires obtaining an API key from OpenAI. After creating a ChatGPT account, go to and log into your ChatGPT account. Open the Personal account menu and select "View API Keys" to "create new secret key" to connect the app to ChatGPT.

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CTL ChatGPT & Artificial Intelligence in Higher Ed Resources

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