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With Mandy Olejnik, Rena Perez, and Brenda Quaye

As previous HCWE workshops this semester have demonstrated, AI tools (including ChatGPT and the newly-unveiled GPT-4) are entering our classrooms and our students’ educational experiences. What does that mean for syllabi and policy, especially for statements and policies that limit what support students can receive? How much is too much support from a language generator tool? How could and should students disclose help they received from such tools? What syllabus statements and program policies can help clarify what we mean by “academic integrity,” as well as invite productive discussion and exploration of tools that will now be ubiquitous?

In this interactive workshop, participants will put to use what they have learned about AI/ChatGPT so far this semester in order to draft, share, and modify policy and integrity statements. They will draw from example resources and statements shared during the session to create their own, collaborate with colleagues, and leave with a draft and plan for implementation.

  • When:
    • Tuesday, April 11, 2023 from 10-11:30 am on the Hamilton campus (University Hall 102)
    • Thursday, April 13, 2023 from 10:05-11:25 am on the Oxford campus (King 110)
  • Where: In-Person, Hamilton and Oxford Campuses

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