Students are Cheating with ChatGPT. Now What?

It’s likely you’ve already encountered AI-generated writing in assignment submissions - or suspect they have. We’ll provide an overview of how these tools work and invite faculty to share your tales of woe and wisdom in dealing with ChatGPT over the past year.

AI writing tools are here for good (or ill). In this three-part series we’ll explore teaching in an AI world: How do natural language processing tools work? What do they mean for written assessment and academic honesty? How can we adapt our academic endeavors to capitalize on the benefits and minimize the risks?

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Session Facilitator(s)
  • David Wright
    David Wright

    Director of Academic Technology and Curriculum Innovation, Associate Professor of Biology

  • Sarah Tangeman
    Sarah Tangeman

    Instructional Design Specialist, Center for Online Learning

  • Stephen Wilhoit
    Stephen Wilhoit

    English Professor

  • Ben Daigle
    Ben Daigle

    Associate Professor; Director of Information Systems and Digital Access