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Writing Instructors Are Less Afraid Of Students Cheating With ChatGPT Than You Might Think

[IMG][/IMG] When ChatGPT launched a year ago, headlines flooded the internet about fears of student cheating. A pair of essays in The Atlantic decried "the end of high-school English" and the death of the college essay." NPR informed readers that "everybody is cheating." Meanwhile, Teen Vogue ventured that the moral panic "may be overblown." The more measured tone in Teen Vogue tracks better with preliminary findings from our 2023 survey that examined attitudes and feelings about artificial intelligence among college faculty who teach writing. [Read Full Article]