Academic Integrity in the Age of AI
View this recent webinar to better understand how to approach academic integrity in the age of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) while remaining grounded in Loyola's values. Webinar includes practical strategies to enhance academic integrity in the classroom, with examples from peers.
1. Plan to enhance your class facilitation skills
- Spend time building community standards with your classes to build trust and accountability.
- Discuss the role of AI in your course with students.
- Consider co-created a working agreement with students for the course.
- Incorporate a syllabus statement acknowledging AI and its implications for academic integrity. See some examples here from Temple, Penn State, University of Vermont, and Syracuse.
2. Consider ways to retool your course design to center student learning and integrity
- Create assignments to demonstrate these keys for enhancing academic integrity and prompting students' original thinking:
- Offer choices in formats to complete the assignment
- Break larger assignments into pieces that are assigned throughout the semester
- Allow (or require) students to submit drafts of written work
- Ask students to reflect on what and how they learned what they learned
- Provide regular, timely feedback
- Review these assignment examples:
- Access the "Best practices for enhancing academic integrity" video recording below, and accompanying PowerPoint Slides and chat transcipt, which includes additional ideas to promote academic integrity.)
3. Review these resources
- Loyola University Chicago's policies around academic integrity (Inquire if your school/college and academic departments have their own policy articulations.)
- AI Resources Guide with information
- Academic integrity resources offered by the Office of Online Learning.
- LUC's library's resource guide on Chat GPT and Artificial Intelligence.
- Academic Integrity Annotated Bibliography.
- Videos on engaging with Chat GPT in your classes.