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AI Crash Course: AIxAI: Artificial Intelligence and Academic Integrity


Are you feeling a bit panicked about ChatGPT? The AI Crash Course offers opportunities for faculty to learn about the emergent technologies that make up generative AI and work with colleagues to explore the impact of these technologies on their teaching.

The academic integrity ramifications of artificial intelligence are hugely anxiety-producing for many of us. In this session, we’ll explore how to manage academic integrity expectations in an AI world and think about how assessment design might help us to ensure our students are doing their own work.

This session will be offered in hybrid format. 

Facilitated By

Brenna Clarke Gray

Coordinator, Educational Technologies

Brenna’s research interests include the history and future of open tenure processes, scholarly podcasting, and educational technology support as care work. She is powered primarily by righteous indignation and lattes.

Brian Lamb

Director, Learning Technology & Innovation

Brian has spent more than twenty years working with instructors and students to use the open web to promote learning, communication and collaboration. He blogs at Abject.

Melanie Latham

Coordinator, Educational Technologies

Melanie enjoys helping faculty navigate the intersection between educational technologies and instructional design. Her passions include online course design, cognitive learning science, and instructional materials design. Outside of work, you will find her crafting something, hiking the trails in and around Kamloops, on a ski hill, or spending time with family.

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