A First Response to Assessment and ChatGPT in your Courses
Recent developments in artificial intelligence (AI) tools, such as ChatGPT, have triggered reactions in higher education, ranging from fear about impacts on academic integrity, to concerns about the tool’s effectiveness, to opportunities to innovate. This resource focuses on assessment, particularly how to engage with your teaching team and students to understand what ChatGPT is, how it may be used in student work and how it may be used as part of assessment.
Exploring Artificial Intelligence and Assessments
This short guide provides some context on Generative Artificial Intelligence for instructors, as well as some suggestions for ethically addressing artificial intelligence in teaching and learning. There are also some risks and limitations you may need to consider as well as some guiding questions and approaches which may help mitigate those risks and limitations.
The good, the bad and the artificial: Bringing artificial intelligence into the classroom
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Teaching and Learning with Artificial Intelligence Apps
Artificial intelligence apps, such as ChatGPT, can be part of our educational toolbox just as dictionaries, calculators, and web searches are. If we think of artificial intelligence apps as another tool that students can use to ethically demonstrate their knowledge and learning, then we can emphasize learning as a process not a product.
STRIVE: Emerging Considerations When Designing Assessments for Artificial Intelligence Use
This resource is for academic staff, post-doctoral scholars, and graduate assistants teaching (TAs) to learn more about how best to design and/or modify course assessments that permit students’ use of generative artificial intelligence (GAI) to complete their assignments in academic courses.