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AI Guidelines

AI Guidelines

With the growing emergence of AI tools, the University strives to cultivate responsible, ethical, and documented use of generative AI and other technologies.

The following guidelines are provided to promote the ethical use of generative AI tools at TESU:

  • Students may only use AI tools in support of their learning and not as a replacement for their own writing. Unless otherwise specified in the course syllabus, appropriate use to support learning includes idea generation, brainstorming support, proofreading, and tutoring.
  • The University’s Academic Code of Conduct will apply to cases of undocumented and/or inappropriate use of AI generated content. Submission of AI generated work for written assignments as a replacement for original student work will be considered plagiarism under this policy. Mentors may use a University approved AI detection tool to evaluate the authenticity of submitted assignments.
  • Any use of AI generation tools during the learning process should be documented in an appendix, bibliography, or other notation within the assignment. As with all other citations, you should use APA format. Useful resources in this regard include:
  • AI tools are prohibited during any and all proctored assessments.

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