Librarians have been helping both faculty and students cope with the challenges, temptations, and opportunities related to plagiarism for decades. In many ways, teaching during the age of AI and ChatGPT is simply an extension of those concerns, albeit packaged in new ways. The following tips were created by Coordinator of Library Instruction, Jennifer Lau-Bond, based on her experience in instructional design and helping faculty create effective research assignments. We hope they help you consider possibilities.
If you'd like to discuss further, we offer consultations with individual faculty or groups to discuss assignments and courses. Reach out to Jennifer or the liaison in your area to set up a conversation.
See "10 Ideas for Helping Students Avoid Plagiarism" from the Harper Academy Newsletter for more details.