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Teachers and university professors have relied heavily on ‘one and done’ essay assignments for decades. Requiring students to submit drafts of their work is one needed shift. (Shutterstock)

ChatGPT and cheating: 5 ways to change how students are graded

Educators need to carefully consider ChatGPT and issues of academic integrity to move toward an assessment system that leverages AI tools.
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5​ problems with the Student Experience Survey’s attempt to understand what’s going on in higher education post-COVID

The annual Student Experience Survey is a litmus test of student engagement, satisfaction and educational quality. But the survey’s categories of study no longer match the post-COVID experience.
An orientation week organizer wearing a shirt promoting physical distancing of two metres sits in a new outdoor ampitheatre at Université de Sherbrooke piloted this past fall. (Michel Caron/UdeS )

Outdoor education at universities can be a positive legacy of COVID-19

Université de Sherbrooke introduced 10 new outdoor classrooms during COVID-19 and created a guide about outdoor teaching. It will fine-tune outdoor teaching in response to student feedback.

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