Here’s an example of one of my recent keynote presentations, where I consider how to work with generative artificial intelligence technology and include lots of examples.
Here are the perspectives of an online panel of students who joined discussions about the role of artificial intelligence in education at the International Day of Action for Academic Integrity 2023.
Introduction I set up the London and South East Academic Integrity Network (LSEAIN) in 2021. This network, primarily for members in the UK, serves as a safe space for the discussion of academic integrity issues and new members are always welcome. I’ve prepared a video introduction to LSEAIN here, but this post provides a bit …
I use ChatGPT to fake writing the academic integrity reflection assignment for my own module and get promising results. ChatGPT even tells me why it thinks the text looks real. Read the post to find out why I feel this is a good learning opportunity for my own students, but why that may not be the case for all educators and assessments.
What is academic integrity, why do academic integrity breaches happen, what challenges do we need to be alert to, and what should we do about this? These are some areas I discussed in this presentation. Do check out the slides.