Artificial Intelligence: What Do Students Really Think?

Tuesday, February 27, 2024
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Moody 104 and Zoom


With the advent of ChatGPT, artificial Intelligence has steamrolled into higher education. Instructor reactions have ranged from avoidance to prohibition to embrace. In addition to learning objectives, curriculum concerns, student abilities, and AI’s capabilities, pedagogical decisions and policies regarding AI should be also consider how students actually perceive and use AI. This session reports on a recent survey of Baylor undergraduates investigating their perceptions, use, and experiences with AI in coursework. Participants will learn under what conditions students view AI use as cheating, their reasons for using AI, their expectations of their instructors, and more.