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The integration of generative AI (gen-AI) in higher education is rapidly transforming the way we teach and learn. AI-powered tools, such as ChatGPT, offer immense potential to enable efficiencies and enhancements to the way we design and develop courses and programs, ultimately, improving the learner experience.
Cadmus AI Webinar: Leading Higher Education Academics' Responses to AI in Assessment
Monday 20th February Cadmus Training Workshop: Assessment Design Setup
Wednesday 22nd February Cadmus Training Workshop: Class Management, Analytics & Marking Workshop
Cadmus is an assessment for learning platform, founded at the University of Melbourne and used by over 50% of the Go8, including the University of Adelaide. Cadmus supports academics with challenges such as high teacher workload, academic integrity, student experience, and student success.
Managing course complexity via MyUni
Cadmus is an online assessment for learning platform used at the University of Adelaide which facilitates the end-to-end assessment workflow for teachers and students. Cadmus can be used for written formative and summative tasks as well as assessments, timed exams, and exam alternatives.
As we continue our transition out of the Emergency Remote Teaching mode that has defined Higher Education over the past few years, we look for ways to maintain quality while creating sustainability for the long term. In the Learning, Enhancement and Innovation design and development team supporting PACE (Professional and Continuing Education), we work with subject matter experts on a daily basis, assisting them to produce high-quality videos that are sustainable over many iterations of micro-credentials and short courses.
As we come to the end of 2020 and begin to prepare courses for 2021, it might be time to try something new in your online delivery, particularly for courses that are being delivered in the Remote and Dual teaching modes. An incredibly useful teaching technique is to provide them with demonstrations, modeling for students the process of completing a task and the skills and techniques involved.
The rapid and chaotic response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the learning and teaching space is something that should be applauded and learned from. The side effects of rapidly flipping face-to-face courses to online delivery modes has meant that (understandably) - not all of the consideration, time and quality assurance we’d usually give to a learning experience has taken place.
Case Study: Learning what is on the inside, from the outside – bringing laboratory practicals online
A collaborative project between Learning Enhancement and Innovation and the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences