Since emerging in November 2022, ChatGPT has started numerous conversations regarding how Artificial Intelligence will change the future of work. When it comes to the classroom, ChatGPT has the propensity to churn out acceptable college-level essays and other assignment-related content. With this new innovation, what should the response be from instructors to AI-proof their classrooms?

Join The Chronicle on May 16 as we convene a panel of instructional experts to discuss what ChatGPT means for academic integrity and explore the other opportunities machine learning and artificial intelligence tools can create for plagiarism. This hour-long discussion will provide you with expert insights to navigate this unforeseen landscape in academic integrity, and stop instances of cheating before they become problematic in your classroom.


Ian Wilhelm

Assistant Managing Editor
The Chronicle of Higher Education


Sarah Elaine Eaton

Associate Professor, Werklund School of Education
University of Calgary

Tricia Bertram Gallant

Director, Academic Integrity Office
University of California at San Diego

Thomas Lancaster

Senior Teaching Fellow
Imperial College London


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Tuesday, May 16, 2023