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Readying Students for the AI Revolution

To prepare students for coming changes in the workforce, we are recommitting to three pedagogical practices, Molly Vollman Makris, Nate Mickelson and Ryan Coughlan write.

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Don’t Assume Students Are Eager AI Adopters

Faculty and administrators shouldn’t assume students are jumping on the AI bandwagon, Andrea L. Guzman writes.


Embrace AI To Boost Your Enrollment Marketing Team’s Productivity

Advantages include: automation, personalization and increased engagement.


ChatGPT and Writing Assessment, an Old Problem Made New

When it comes to assessing student writing, ChatGPT merely makes an enduring problem more apparent.

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How ChatGPT Bested Me and Worsted My Students

As educators, let’s not be so reactive to AI when it comes to possible plagiarism, writes Brandi Lawless. Otherwise, we are no more nuanced than it is itself.

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Yes, We Are in a (ChatGPT) Crisis

And we need to start acting like it, Inara Scott writes.

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The Oncoming AI Ed-Tech ‘Tsunami’

At a star-studded MIT gathering last week, the business sector made clear that industry leaders have FOMO, that the possibility for catastrophic failure exists and that humans and machines define “trust” differently.

Bryan Alexander on AI: Pulse Podcast

The new episo de of the Pulse podcast features an interview with Bryan Alexander, futurist and writer, about the role...