Strategies for developing AI tool use policies for the classroom: Opinion


In a recent article for the , Kevin Gannon (Queens University of Charlotte) offers a variety of strategies for creating policies on student use of AI tools. As instructors prepare for the Fall semester, Gannon encourages them to recognize that the use of AI tools is ubiquitous and that every instructor is likely to need an AI policy. The author provides several recommendations, including becoming familiar with AI tools and what they can do; developing a concise, clear policy with an approach that is appropriate for the course; and considering what and how coursework should be adapted so it is not easily completed by AI tools. Gannon encourages instructors to remember that flexibility is beneficial in a quickly changing landscape.

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