AI and Academic Integrity: Detecting, Reporting, and Preventing: Discussion on Wed. May 1 / 12:30 / FDC in Person or Virtual

AI and Academic Integrity:  Detecting, Reporting, and Preventing
This panel will explore reasons some faculty members might not want to encourage or allow students to use AI to complete particular types of assignments while considering what gets lost in learning and original thinking when they do. Professor Nancy Johnson, Associate Dean of LA&S will discuss the current landscape in terms of AI and academic integrity. Professor Mary Holland (English) will share tips on detecting AI use in student papers and exams, ways of encouraging students to do work without using AI, and particular problems of preventing AI use in fully online courses.
While walk-ins are always welcome, we ask that you register in advance. Snacks will be provided! Register Here