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|1||ChatGPT: What do we need to know now?||15 February 2023|
|2||ChatGPT: How should educators respond?||1 March 2023|
|3||The impact of ChatGPT on higher education: what have we learnt?||5 June 2023|
|4||GenerativeAI: what do researchers need to know?||18 July 2023|
|5||Assessment Reform for the Age of Artificial Intelligence||28 September 2023|
Webinar 1: ChatGPT – what do we need to know now?
The first webinar was held on Wednesday 15 February 2023. It looked at the ethical, policy and management issues immediately raised by the presence of generative AI.
Webinar 2: ChatGPT – how should educators respond?
The second webinar assessed the immediate significance of ChatGPT and Generative Artificial Intelligence for teaching and learning, with a discussion about the implications for: assessment design, feedback practices, writing tasks, student equity and teacher development. This webinar was held on Wednesday 1 March 2023.
Webinar 3: ChatGPT – what have we learnt?
Six months after the release of ChatGPT our expert panel explored how a much-hyped technology is unfolding in reality from institutional governance, regulatory, academic integrity, and educational technology research perspectives. This webinar was held on Monday 5 June 2023.
Webinar 4: Generative AI: what do researchers need to know?
The emergence of genAI is shifting research practices in new and unforeseen ways. For those who conduct research and train researchers, it presents a conundrum: how to take advantage of its affordances while guarding against poor use or even misuse? This webinar, held on Tuesday 18 July 2023, explores the potential and pitfalls of genAI with respect to research and research training.
Webinar 5: Assessment reform for the Age of Artificial Intelligence
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. This webinar was held on 28 September 2023 and presented the TEQSA draft guiding principles and propositions for assessment in a time of AI.