ChatGPT: Artificial Intelligence and Teaching

AI (squared): Academic Integrity, Artificial Intelligence, and the Rise of ChatGPT



The video for this session can be found on our CFDE Knowledge Hub Canvas site. Only users with Emory credentials will be able to access the video.
Kim Braxton, Senior Director and Associate University Librarian, Academic Technology Services
Jason Ciejka, Associate Dean and Director of the Honor Council, ECAS
Laurie Gaydos, Associate Professor, Rollins School of Public Health
Moderated by Donna Troka, Director of Diversity and Inclusive Pedagogy, CFDE  
This panel introduces Chat GPT to faculty who may be less familiar with it or concerned about how it will impact their teaching and assignments. We discuss current efforts by the ed tech industry to grapple with AI detection, ways faculty are using Chat GPT productively for assignments, and policy implications for classes. We also offer advice around syllabi and assignments. This panel is intended to be practical in nature and help faculty think through short-and-medium term concerns around AI for their classes.


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This Q&A with faculty experts focuses on the medium-and long-term impact of artificial intelligence for pedagogy and higher education.

Welcome and opening remarks by Ravi V. Bellamkonda, Emory University’s provost and executive vice president for academic affairs. 

The panelists include

  • Eric Weeks (Moderator), Director, CFDE, and Associate Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs
  • Lauren Klein, Associate Professor English and Quantitative Theory and Methods, Emory College of Arts and Sciences
  • Fei Liu, Associate Professor of Computer Science, Emory College of Arts and Sciences
  • Matthew Sag, Professor of Law, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Data Science, Emory Law
  • Phillip Wolff, Professor of Psychology, Emory College of Arts and Sciences

This series is sponsored by the Emory College Honor Council, the Center for Faculty Development and Excellence, and AI.Humanity.

Additional Resources

ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence  chatbot that can respond to textual prompts with texts of various lengths, so  it can—among other things— write papers for students. The article below from the Chronicle of Higher Education provides an overview of how this and other artificial intelligence (AI) technologies may impact your teaching.

Teaching: Will ChatGPT Change the Way You Teach? (Chronicle of Higher Education, Jan 2023)

Below is a list of resources shared by Emory faculty that we will continue to update.