Loyola University Chicago

Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy

Academic Integrity and Artificial Intelligence

FCIP has curated a variety of resources on artificial intelligence. These resources include recordings by faculty which introduce you to artificial intelligence and help you consider artificial intelligence and assignment design. There is also a webinar led by FCIP staff about artificial intelligence. You can also find several annotated bibliographies about artificial intelligence.

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.

Video Resources on AI

In these short videos, LUC faculty and staff discuss artificial intelligence in education.

Artificial Intelligence in Education, presented by Joe Vukov (Philosophy), Michael Burns (Biology), and Susan Haarman (CELTS)

Check out the presentation slides here.

Description: Artificial intelligence has been impacting education for years, but now that technology is becoming even more accessible and user friendly, our students may already be utilizing AI to help them write papers and complete assignments. Does this mean education as we know it is doomed? Or is it just another invitation to think creatively about how new technology can blend with time-tested pedagogy techniques to help our students think critically about the future? In this hands-on workshop, we'll be using AI to write example essays, design lesson plans, and reflect on the role of technology in higher education now and in the future.

Assignment Design, presented by Julie Chamberlin (English)

Description: AY 23-24 Faculty Scholar Dr. Julie Chamberlin offers viewers strategies for assessing nontraditional assignments using learning-objective rubrics. Rubrics offer several affordances: transparency in grading, streamlined assessment and feedback, and the ability to align grading criteria with course outcomes and Ignatian values.

Additional Resources 

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-creating 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 TemplePenn State, University of Vermont, and Syracuse.

Consider ways to retool your course design to center student learning and integrity

  • Create assignments to demonstrate these keys to 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 the accompanying PowerPoint Slides and chat transcript, which includes additional ideas to promote academic integrity.

Review LUC's policies

Peruse these annotated bibliographies

Assignment Design and Academic Integrity Recording

This session focused on designing activities and tests that require students to do their own thinking.