At WID, we know there is no "one-size-fits-all" syllabi statement; each of your disciplines and courses have particular goals and needs. UVM's Academic Integrity policy is clear that each of us has the responsibility to clearly communicate our own policies in the syllabus. Below, you will find illustrative examples of syllabi statements from UVM (in bold) and other institutions that address a variety of circumstances. This is not an exhaustive list, but we hope it will help you to begin formulating a statement of your own. Feel free to use the language below, or adapt it to fit your needs.
As you read these syllabi statements and begin writing yours, consider:
- What kind of relationship do you want to have with your students?
- What do you want your students to know about you and your philosophy?
- How can you foster trust?
- How much support from AI is too much?
- Where and how should students disclose their use of AI?