Chatting and Cheating: Ensuring academic integrity in the era of ChatGPT

Cotton, Debby, Cotton, Peter A. and Shipway, J. Reuben (2023) Chatting and Cheating: Ensuring academic integrity in the era of ChatGPT. Innovations in Education and Teaching International. ISSN 1470-3297 (In Press)

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The use of artificial intelligence in academia is a hot topic in the education field. ChatGPT is an AI tool that offers a range of benefits, including increased student engagement, collaboration, and accessibility. However, is also raises concerns regarding academic honesty and plagiarism. This paper examines the opportunities and challenges of using ChatGPT in higher education, and discusses the potential risks and rewards of these tools. The paper also considers the difficulties of detecting and preventing academic dishonesty, and suggests strategies that universities can adopt to ensure ethical and responsible use of these tools. These strategies include developing policies and procedures, providing training and support, and using various methods to detect and prevent cheating. The paper concludes that while the use of AI in higher education presents both opportunities and challenges, universities can effectively address these concerns by taking a proactive and ethical approach to the use of these tools.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: machine-generated writing, plagiarism, higher education, detection and prevention
Depositing User: Ms Raisa Burton
Date Deposited: 16 Mar 2023 14:01
Last Modified: 16 Mar 2023 14:01
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