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Promoting Academic Integrity in Light of Generative Artificial Intelligence (GenAI): Faculty of Fine Arts

Date & time
Friday, April 26, 2024
10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Registration is closed


Mike Barcomb, Educational Technologist and John Paul Foxe, Senior Director, Centre for Teaching and Learning


This event is free


Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex
1515 St. Catherine W.
Room S.EV.2.776

Wheel chair accessible


Since the launch of ChatGPT in November 2022, there has been much discussion around how generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) can be incorporated into our educational systems. Of particular concern to many is the potential misuse of GenAI in the form of academic misconduct. To address this concern, the Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL) has partnered with the Faculty of Fine Arts (FoFA) to offer this hyflex session for faculty within FoFA. In this workshop we will demonstrate ways in which GenAI and ChatGPT can be incorporated into teaching, including but not limited to textual in- and output (e.g., for feedback on graphic design). The aim is to guide attendees in identifying appropriate uses and misuses of this technology, as well as providing concrete strategies to promote academic integrity. University resources will be reviewed, and the FoFA Academic Code of Conduct Administrator will speak to how faculty should proceed if they suspect a student may have violated the code.

Session Objectives:

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

1. Understand what GenAI is and how to integrate it into their teaching

2. Promote academic integrity in their courses

    a. Identify appropriate uses of GenAI by their students

    b. Identify inappropriate uses of GenAI by their students

    c. Incorporate language around GenAI into their course outlines

3. Access resources and supports offered across the university

4. Pursue violations of Concordia’s Code of Academic Conduct


Mike Barcomb, Educational Technologist, Centre for Teaching and Learning

John Paul Foxe, Senior Director, Centre for Teaching and Learning

Please note that the format of this session is Hyflex and will take place in S.EV.2.776 and online via Zoom. Participants will receive the Zoom link following registration.

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