From the CEU policy on student plagiarism:
(GAI = generative artificial intelligence)
It is the responsibility of academic units and of teaching staff to:
In cases where the use of GAI is fully or partially allowed in work submitted for assessment, it is the responsibility of the teaching staff member to clearly communicate the conditions of use. Places of such authorizations are limited to course syllabi, written assignment instructions, and the university’s e-learning platform. Any authorization must be consistent with any parameters for the use of GAI as set out in departmental handbooks.
In individual cases in which a student has been granted an accommodation to use GAI to assist with assignments in accordance with the Policy on the Rights of Students with Disabilities, the scope of this authorization must be officially documented in writing between the unit head/program director, the Disability Officer and the student. The Unit head/program director must communicate this authorization to those instructors assessing that student’s work.
AI literacy is the ability to:
From a 2020 paper, by Long & Magerko, who synthesized a variety of interdisciplinary literature into a set of core competencies.
If you are new to the practice of using generative AI tools like ChatGPT, these short videos provide a useful introduction.
Practical AI for Instructors and Students (10 to 12 minutes each)
Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania