This blog post explores survey results to see if students who use AI for their assignments feel they are able to learn and connect with classroom material, and whether they feel AI affects their writer's voice and ability to think critically.
How can artificial intelligence (AI) become a tool for learning instead of a threat to the integrity of college writing instruction? Two instructors of first-year and corequisite English at the Community College of Baltimore County share experiences with AI in their own classrooms.
How can artificial intelligence be used productively in the classroom? Can it ever be used ethically? Nancy Murray takes on these questions as she reflects on her own experiences with ChatGPT in the classroom.