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Tuesday, February 28, 2023
9:30-10:30 am Pacific / 12:30-1:30 pm Eastern
LIB 105 (VT campus) and Online Via Zoom

In this interactive session we will focus on ethics pertaining to ChatGPT, ranging from classroom ethics to privacy issues and ethics of global labor. As a follow-up to our last session on syllabus language, several colleagues from across the disciplines will report out and reflect on conversations they’ve had with their classes about ChatGPT. Amy Collier from DLINQ will then outline some of the lesser-known ethical problems posed by ChatGPT that you and your students should be aware of in order to make informed decisions.

Co-sponsored by the Writing and Rhetoric Program, Digital Learning and Inquiry, and the Center for Teaching, Learning and Research.

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