301: Personalized AI, Everywhere You Write: Thinking Critically about Grammarly

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    Presenter: Alison Thomas (Assistant Dean for Academic Integrity) 

    Time: 1:45 PM – 3:00 PM

    Session Description

    Grammarly is one of many tools using generative-AI, and it’s one of the most popular among our students. This session offers a demonstration of Grammarly to inform our decisions about where, how, and if this tool can fit into academic work at AU. We’ll explore critical questions about equity (in relation to the paid version of Grammarly and other generative AI tools) and the ethics of academic integrity.

    Learning Outcomes

    • Assess the benefits and shortcomings of Grammarly using program demonstrations
    • Determine whether (and how) Grammarly might be used by students in your work with them; this includes considering potential down-sides
    • Articulate clear syllabus and assignment statements about responsible use of generative AI tools
    • Develop approaches to teaching responsible use of Grammarly (or not), in connection with course learning outcomes and academic integrity policy

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