"ChatGPT and Higher Education: Initial Prevalence and Areas of Interest"

Thematically, the plurality of references to ChatGPT on institutional websites encompassed opinion pieces or lecture announcements regarding AI (43.9%), followed by experiments with the tools (34.1%), and grading or other academic policies (22.0%) (see figure 1). This may suggest a temporal flow of activity related to adoption in which institutions begin by highlighting opinion pieces on the topic, then provide evidence from faculty experiments with the technology, and then finally adopt policies regarding its use.


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Author: Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

Charles W. Bailey, Jr.