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AI in Higher Education

AI Syllabus Statement Database

This Google Sheet contains a sampling of over 100 syllabus statements on the use of AI in the course. You can search by discipline and institution type (public/private, size) and see a list of keywords that describe the content covered in the statement. 

St. Olaf instructors are encouraged to submit their own statements for inclusion in the document using this Google Form.

Center for Innovation in the Liberal Arts (CILA)

For curriculum planning and ideas, reach out to CILA

The Writing Desk

The Writing Desk is staffed with peer writing tutors who can provide guidance for students at any stage of the writing process. With process writing and scaffolded writing assignments being one way to circumvent the use of GenAI, writing tutors are an invaluable resource for students and faculty looking for support. 

Research, Instruction, and Technology (RIT)

Research and Instruction Librarians can help you think through the implications of GenAI for information literacy and research assignments, and can discuss these implications with your students during library instruction sessions.

Instructional Technologists can help you learn more about how chatbots works and how you may (or may not) want to integrate it into digital assignments.