Getting Past AI Fears: Student Success Demands It

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Those of us who were teaching when online education arrived in the late 1990s remember how it split faculty between those who embraced its possibilities and those who dismissed it. Academic publications with an online presence were even assumed to be unreliable—a stark contrast with today, when every academic publication has an online presence.

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