Building Skills with Bots: Using AI throughout the Writing Process

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Fears of disingenuous work, fraudulent and stolen information, and theft of intellectual property have been swirling around education circles, especially since the release of ChatGPT and other forms of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI). These fears constitute a concern that our students will use these tools “for evil”—namely, to commit academic dishonesty by using the tools to complete assignments, especially assignments requiring polished writing.

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