Assessment Reform for the Age of Artificial Intelligence

Thursday 28 September at 3pm

TEQSA in association with CRADLE present the fifth webinar in the “Implications of Generative Artificial Intelligence for Higher Education” series.

When: Thursday 28 September 2023

Time: 3.00 – 4.00pm (AEST)

Where: Online

Cost: This is a free event

This series of webinars address what is known at present about generative artificial intelligence (genAI), implications for learning, teaching and assessment, and how such technologies might transform higher education into the future.

Student use of genAI, particularly ChatGPT, is becoming increasingly commonplace. The sector must therefore rethink assessment design to ensure students’ work is appropriately represented as their own, but also consider how assessment can prepare students for a world where genAI is ubiquitous

In mid-August, TEQSA sponsored the Assessment Experts Forum: Rethinking assessment in the age of artificial intelligence. The two-day forum brought together 18 Australian experts, led by Associate Professor Jason Lodge. The purpose was to develop an initial draft of guiding principles to orient the sector towards productive ways of rethinking assessment. The discussion built on participants’ extensive expertise in assessment and educational technology and was followed by consultation with a wider group of experts across Australia.

The draft – two guiding principles and a set of five propositions for assessment in a time of AI – will be presented in this webinar, as part of a continuing conversation.

Join our panellists for a thought-provoking discussion

Our expert panel will present the draft principles and propositions, followed by 30 minutes of questions and answers.

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