The following link provides the University’s latest guidelines on generative AI and examples of appropriate syllabus language around the use of generative AI in assignments that you might wish to include in course syllabi:
Offering clear direction to students on the permissibility or prohibition in the use of generative AI tools will prevent misunderstandings and avoid the need for students and instructors to navigate through the academic integrity process.
For more information on best practices in course design and for assistance in designing assessments that are less susceptible to the use of generative AI tools, please consult with the Centre for Teaching & Learning at U of T Scarborough or consult the resource material from the Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation online: https://teaching.utoronto.ca/resources/generative-artificial-intelligence-in-the-classroom/.
For additional support on Academic Integrity matters, see links below:
- Academic Integrity SharePoint – to access forms and for submitting any academic integrity cases once they’ve been approved by the appropriate department Chair
- Academic Integrity Resources for Faculty – strategy modules created by the Centre for Teaching and Learning at UTSC to help faculty promote Academic Integrity in their courses
- Academic Integrity Syllabus Statement - it's very important for instructors to include a statement about academic integrity in their course syllabus and the instructor expectations in the course.
- Academic Integrity In-depth Pedagogical Support Consultation – book a consult with the Centre for Teaching & Learning, Educational Developers if you’d like to discuss how to incorporate Academic Integrity supports into your course or Quercus course pages
- If you need additional help, contact the Academic Integrity team at email@example.com.
- To support a student in crisis during hours of operation, please call the Health & Wellness Centre at 416.287.7065. For after-hours support, please call UTSC’s Campus Safety emergency line at 416.978.2222.