AI and plagiarism: Why higher ed must now adjust

AI detectors like Turnitin and GPTZero are turning in false positives on students' use of AI, and it is becoming harder and harder for educators to determine how often their students are using the tool.

Here are 3 academic programs for the professionals of tomorrow

Higher education is in the middle of an academic arms race to create curricula that are relevant to the jobs of today. If your institution wants to be ahead of the curve and discover the next exciting academic program to offer students, take some advice from Gray Decision Intelligence.

How an emerging economy is fueling an academic renaissance

National interest in revitalizing a domestic manufacturing industry related to microchip technology and AI has created an opportunity for higher education to strengthen its value proposition at the two-year, four-year and postgraduate level.

New proposal offers federal funding for AI literacy in higher ed

The 'Artificial Intelligence Literacy Act' would provide grants to help develop interdisciplinary programs with nontraditional learners in mind and cultivate hands-on lab opportunities, all in order to facilitate a new wave of digital education.

Is this the future of business school learning?

A new multimedia model for case studies powered by AI could transform business school classes and offer more engaging learning experiences. Even better: I'm no longer required to assess students by grading a stack of papers.

What does your future students’ AI use look like? ACT finds a forecast

Studying over 4,000 students in grades 10 to 12 this past summer, ACT discovered that 46% have used different AI tools. Of this cohort, nearly half (46%) have used it for school assignments.

Here are 5 ways leaders can implement AI at the highest rungs of an institution

A new report from Complete College America outlines how AI can be implemented in a governed framework with viable checks and balances to ensure its responsible use and maximized potential.

How proper learning and exposure to AI can win over even your most cautious faculty

Course Hero's Sean Michael Morris sees the trend of cautious leaders as a result of a timeless truism: We fear what we don't know. The antidote? Unlocking their confidence with informed training.

AI-powered admissions: Shaping the future of higher education

This new wave of intelligent and AI-based tech services offers solutions that could work at speed and scale to improve processes and ultimately make the applicant experience a better one.

Us against the world: How are higher ed’s latest trends impacting the U.S. and Canada?

Instructure's latest report discovered that U.S. and Canadian students are behind in adopting AI and are the most afflicted by mental health concerns, among other findings.

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