Event: ChatGPT: How do I use it as a force for good? Date: 31st March 2023 @ 11:00 – 12:00 Location: Online Link: Event booking link About this event It’s right to address the threat ChatGPT poses to academic integrity.
ChatGPT at TU
We are delighted to share with you some helpful information about the use of ChatGPT as a companion for learning and teaching. Please check out our page here for details on ChatGPT and guidance on authentic assessments. We plan to
CHATGPT: To ban or not to ban?
Event: CHATGPT: To ban or not to ban? Date: 22nd March 2023 @ 11:00 – 12:00 Location: Online Link: Event booking link About this event Is it possible to detect the use of ChatGPT in assessments? Is it right to
Generative AI for Academic Writing and Assessment: Issues and Opportunities
Mike Sharples, Emeritus Professor of Educational Technology in the Institute of Educational Technology at The Open University is hosting the next in their ChatGPT’ webinar series on Wednesday 8th March, 12:00 – 13:00 (GMT). The focus will be on the
Teaching with ChatGPT: Examples of Practice
The E-Learning Team at the University of Kent is hosting the next in their ’Digitally Enhanced Education’ webinar series on Wednesday the 15th of March from 14:00 – 16:30 (GMT). The focus this time will be on a topic a
Asynchronous Student Presentations
Presentations allow the capture of not only the research that the students have done but also a range of cognitive and transferable skills. Presentations can be combined with other modes of assessment, for example, the presentation of a project report,
Module Survey’s go live March 14th
Student feedback helps us to improve our offering! The module evaluation period for Semester 2, 2021/22, will launch on Monday 14th March 2022 and run until Sunday 27th March 2022. Surveys are carried out mid module rather than after their