Due to the flurry of media attention over the summer, ChatGPT’s impact on higher education is on everyone’s minds. Naturally, ANU teaching staff are as interested as anyone, especially as they consider what assessment might look like in the AI era.
What guidance will ANU provide?
The Centre for Learning and Teaching has been preparing some responses to the questions most frequently asked by ANU teaching staff and Colleges about ChatGPT and AI. This will be published before the start of Semester 1 2023. Some adjustments are also being made to our academic integrity rules, and guidance for students is being clarified through an update to best practice principles.
Register your interest to learn more
Are you interested to hear how other ANU academics are tackling the challenges of AI or harnessing its benefits, or would you like to share your own explorations of ChatGPT in teaching so far? We are hosting a Zoom Seminar on this topic on Wednesday 15th February – Register to attend here.
Or pick from our selection of webinars
There are many fantastic webinars currently being advertised on this topic featuring some leading academic experts. Here’s our selection of 3 you might like to join:
The AI (ChatGPT) future: What do we do now? – 2 February 2023
ChatGPT and the Future of Education (GRAILE) – 7 February 2023
Higher Education’s thoughtful response to robot writing (Studiosity) – 7 February 2023
AI in Higher Education: Adopting and Adapting (HolonIQ) – 23 February 2023
Should you have any questions or concerns, please speak with your College’s Associate Dean (Education).
Centre for Learning and Teaching