Glenn Advancing the Agenda series (3/27 @12pm): “AI in the Classroom: Ethics, Academic Integrity, and Equity”

Please join our second webinar in the Cheryl Glenn Advancing the Agenda series titled “AI in the Classroom: Ethics, Academic Integrity, and Equity.”

In this webinar, Anna Mills (Cañada College) and Kathryn (Katie) Conrad (University of Kansas) will each share approaches to academic integrity, ethics, and student rights and invite the audience to weigh in through polling on challenging questions around AI and pedagogy. Discussion will follow, during which they will ask each other questions and encourage audience participation.

We will convene on Wednesday, March 27 from 3:00-4:30pm Eastern Time/ 12:00pm-1:30pm Pacific Time. Please register here:

Anna Mills (she/her) has taught community college English for 18 years and currently teaches at Cañada College. She serves on the MLA/CCCC Task Force on Writing and AI and curates an AI resource list for the Writing Across the Curriculum Clearinghouse. Anna has published an OER textbook, How Arguments Work, that has been used at over 65 colleges, as well as essays on AI in The Chronicle of Higher Education and Inside Higher Ed.

Kathryn (Katie) Conrad (she/her) is Professor of English at the University of Kansas. She is the author of A Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights for Education (Critical AI 2.1), has published several articles and book chapters on technology and culture, and runs an occasional Substack blog, “Pandora’s Bot,” on technology and culture, with a current focus on generative AI. She is co-director (with Sean Kamperman) of the AI & Digital Literacy project, in partnership with the National Humanities Center and the Hall Family Foundation; is on the founding advisory board for Harvard’s AI Pedagogy Project; and has spoken on critical AI literacy at the University of Kansas, Rutgers University, and Kansas State University.

The Coalition thanks Kate Tirabassi (Director, Center for Research & Writing and Professor of Communication/English, Keene State College) and Déirdre Carney (Teacher/Mentor, Fusion Academy) and the Advancing the Agenda committee for organizing this event!