Peer-to-Peer Advice: A Timely Conversation with Faculty Colleagues

What should faculty teaching this semester know about the rapidly expanding artificial intelligence (AI) landscape? How can we design assignments and exams that foster ethical use of AI tailored to specific learning objectives while discouraging inappropriate use? Our new series of captioned videos – with companion audio files and transcripts – is part of an ongoing effort to support Teaching & Learning in the Age of Artificial Intelligence launched by CTLE and CLASS in Spring 2023.

  1. Message from the CTLE Interim Director
  2. Introduction
  3. Why is artificial intelligence (AI) an important topic for faculty and instructors to begin thinking about before classes begin this fall-2023?
  4. What information do faculty and instructors need to know about the rapidly expanding AI landscape?
  5. What factors should we consider in deciding when to use and when to curtail AI use in fall courses?
  6. How can we design assignments and exams that meet our learning objectives and discourage inappropriate use of AI?
  7. How can we make sure we are prepared to respond to potential academic integrity violations in our courses?