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Gathering evidence to support an academic integrity report
This month, the Academic Integrity team explains how Turnitin’s new AI score predicts whether a student may have used AI in preparing an assignment. While this might be acceptable and encouraged in many contexts, here’s how to report suspected inappropriate use of AI.
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This is how I teach
This month we spoke to Dr Walter Barbieri, Senior Lecturer and course coordinator with the School of Education, and newly inducted member of the Adelaide Education Academy Executive Group.
How to reason with ChatGPT4
ChatGPT4 is the latest version of the ChatGPT application from OpenAI. It is not only considerably larger than the previous 3.5 model but also seems to be displaying subtle traits of “general” intelligence. AGI stands for Artificial General Intelligence, which is the ability of a computer or agent to intellectually understand and carry out tasks like a human. A recent paper from March 2023 authored by researchers at Microsoft titled ‘Sparks of Artificial General Intelligence’1 had access to a non-aligned (unrestricted)version of ChatGPT4 to play with, and they discovered a number of emerging behaviours that indicate that the model may be showing the first signs of AGI.
This is how I teach
This month we spoke to Dr Hayley McGrice, Assoc. Dean Learning Quality (SET) and Senior Lecturer with the School of Animal and Veterinary Science. Hayley also serves as the ADEPT Program Academic Lead and will be joining the AEA Executive Committee in May. Here Hayley speaks about the value of peer collaboration in student learning and her desire to inspire and support her colleagues.
Now you can grade by question! A new feature in MyUni New Quizzes
Grading by Question in SpeedGrader
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Turnitin AI Writing Detection Preview
On April 4, 2023, Turnitin released an AI writing detection preview across several products, including the Turnitin Feedback Studio and Originality products, which are integrated within MyUni.
Exciting collaborative opportunities to enhance learning
Learning Enhancement and Innovation’s Learning Design and Capability team and the Media Production Team is actively engaged in exciting new work with key stakeholders across the University of Adelaide.
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Worried students will use AI in your quiz assessment? There is a solution!
Given the recent rapid advances in Artificial Intelligence, particularly Chat GPT – a natural language processing tool – there has been some concern and debate around how staff and students can best take advantage of this technology, while assuring academic integrity in assessments.
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Using animation to stimulate learning engagement
Students’ active engagement is key for learning. A collaboration between the Adelaide Business School and Learning Enhancement and Innovation leveraged technology to enhance students’ engagement with, and learning of, key concepts.
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Artificial Intelligence Communities of Practice
The new Artificial Intelligence (AI) CoP tackled some of these challenging questions in our first meeting last week. Nobody has all the answers to these questions yet, and it feels like the technology is evolving almost daily. The last few weeks has seen announcements from Google, Microsoft and the launch of GPT4, which will once again change the conversation around the capabilities and affordances of AI tools.
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