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Opinion

Students’ Right to Write

In an age of generative AI, Jonathan Alexander explains why it is important to introduce students to as many forms of writing as possible.

An AI Playbook for Improving College Completion

Complete College America released a playbook and equity paper detailing AI’s potential use in scaling and achieving a degree.

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U.S. Lags in AI Use Among Students, Surveys Find

Students across the globe weighed in on their AI usage, with the U.S. lagging behind. 

Using AI Tools to Prepare Slide Decks

In this month’s episode of The Pulse podcast, the host Rodney B. Murray discusses his experience using AI-powered tools to generate slide decks for a new course he was teaching on podcasting.

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In Class, Some Colleges Overlook Technology’s Dark Side

Safety and ethics appear to be elective or nonexistent, rather than fundamental parts of studies, in many computing programs, students at a global forum reported.

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Eliminate the Required First-Year Writing Course

Students no longer need a required first-year writing course if AI can write for them, Melissa Nicolas argues.

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AI Voice Clones and Deepfakes: The Latest Presidents’ Engagement Tools

Artificial intelligence is allowing university presidents to reach students in new ways—and forms. But experts warn to proceed with caution.

Study Uses AI to Review Admissions Essays

A team of researchers at the University of Colorado at Boulder and the University of Pennsylvania have created AI tools...