Taking credit for work from ChatGPT is dishonest. Depending on how ChatGPT is used, a student could violate academic integrity expectations. The Academic Integrity Policy states, "Aurora University expects students to do their own academic work."
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If your instructor's course policies allow the use of generative AI, it is important to cite that work as coming from an outside source.
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