AI and AI – The Intersection of Artificial Intelligence and Academic Integrity

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The University of Delaware’s Academic Honesty Policy states, “Students must be honest and forthright in their academic studies.”


Explore how students can use artificial intelligence while still upholding this standard and how faculty can define and encourage appropriate use of AI during this seminar with Michael Fernbacher, a member of the Community Standards and Conflict Resolution Office at UD. Together, you will discuss how faculty may identify inappropriate use of AI as well as the range of response options when AI-assisted academic dishonesty occurs.


This is a hybrid event. Registration is required. When registering, please denote whether you plan to attend virtually or in person. To register visit:


This event is part of the AI-focused seminar series called “Navigating the Future of AI and Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.” For more information and to stay informed about upcoming seminars, visit the AI for Teaching and Learning website.

Wednesday, January 17, 2024 at 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Morris Library, Class of 1941 Lecture Room
Morris Library, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716, USA

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Vicky White

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