The ChatGPT Controversy: Striking the Balance of AI in the College Classroom

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Kyle Beyersdorf

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ChatGPT has divided the field of higher education since its release in 2022 and debates continue regarding the artificial intelligence (AI) technology that mimics human intelligence. The divided field of higher education is now left to determine the extent of which AI has within their college classrooms knowing that AI technologies have already permeated nearly every aspect of the world (Southworth et al., 2023). Many academics insist ChatGPT be banned entirely to protect authentic student learning whereas others are advocate that ChatGPT is essential to prepare students for the age of AI. While technologies like ChatGPT continue to shape our world, this paper looks to address whether there a role for ChatGPT and other text generative technologies in college classrooms?

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Beyersdorf, K. (2024). The ChatGPT Controversy: Striking the Balance of AI in the College Classroom. Journal of the Student Personnel Association at Indiana University, 1–4. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/jiuspa/article/view/37980
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