Are you interested in learning more about how the pillars of AI literacy can enhance students' understanding of academic integrity and creatively reinforce writing skills in this era of rapid technological change? As the leading technology with depth and breadth in academic writing, academic integrity and AI literacy, Turnitin invites you to join us for this 30-minute session to learn more about encouraging AI literacy among your students and colleagues. In this session, you will learn: What we know about human writing and AI writing. How you can use the signals of student writing to help improve student learning outcomes, whether your curriculum includes assignments which integrate or mitigate use of LLM tools. Encouraging AI literacy among students and faculty. After this session, we will provide access to our pedagogical resources, presentation materials, along with a short, annotated bibliography.

Summit Speaker

Leann Mcarthur

Senior Customer Success Manager, Turnitin

Leann McArthur started her career in educational technology in 2003, and has a BS in Technical Communication. She has been supporting Turnitin products since 2010. Her interests are innovative teaching methods, student success, New Majority students, academic integrity, and emerging trends in higher education. In her spare time she volunteers as an English tutor working with Latin American immigrants.

Summit Speaker

Anjali Standish

Account Manager, Turnitin

Anjali Standish has spent the last decade working in education technology, serving Turnitin's Canadian market for the last 5 year. Anjali's professional interests include data privacy and security, cross-discipline academic integrity, as well as supporting the career growth of southeast Asian women entrepreneurs in the technology space. In her spare time she provides therapeutic horse back riding opportunities for special needs children and adults.

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Technology Track

Session Format
Industry Presentation (30 minutes)