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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.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
One of the most interesting aspects of artificial intelligence in 2023 is its ability to be creative. We once thought that AI would replace jobs such as manufacturing or self- driving garbage trucks. However, AI now appears to have significant capabilities in creative industries such as graphic design, copy editing, concept art and music. Is this the end of artists? Tavik Morgenstern, Academic Integrity Investigations Officer, explores this in more depth.
This month we spoke to Ms Jo Perry from the Adelaide Nursing School. Jo is one of three staff who will be joining the Adelaide Education Academy, Executive Committee, from May this year. Here she explains how she teaches within our rapidly changing environment and uses gamification to engage her students.
The Australian Council on Undergraduate Research (ACUR), of which the University is a member, works to promote and support undergraduate research. Their standout event is the Australian Conference of Undergraduate Research at which University of Adelaide students have successfully presented their research projects.