Ethical guidelines for HUBS online studies
How can you make a good use of artificial intelligence on our courses?
Ethical guidelines on using artificial intelligence on our courses
Even though this page is specifically targeted for the use of ChatGPT, the same guidelines apply to all artificial intelligence.
- Show us your skills, thinking, and personality.
- Choose course materials that best match your goals and interests. You are in charge of your own learning experience!
- You can use ChatGPT to understand course content, such as terms and the theory behind them.
- You can utilize ChatGPT’s responses as a learning tool and apply them to your own thinking.
- Clearly indicate if you have used ChatGPT or other AI applications to support your task.
- Do not ask ChatGPT to write essays or answer questions for you.
- Do not copy ChatGPT’s responses as is. It is plagiarism and may lead to the rejection of your course performance.
- Do not forget source criticism – ChatGPT may also offer incorrect information, and your task is to study ChatGPT’s suggestions more closely.
- Do not use ChatGPT as the only source; it is not equivalent to the coach’s selected course material or your own thinking.
This guideline has been created by utilizing ChatGPT’s responses as well as the guidelines made by TAMK and TAU regarding the use of artificial intelligence in education.
If the coach suspects the honesty of the course performance, we will use a plagiarism prevention system and Moodle log data to investigate further. If necessary, we will address the suspected fraud according to Tampere higher education community’s guidelines for fraud cases.
TAMK’s guidelines for utilizing artificial intelligence (intranet, opens in a new tab)
TAU’s guidelines for utilizing artificial intelligence (intranet, opens in a new tab)
Tampere higher education community’s guidelines for fraud cases (tuni.fi, opens in a new tab)