The impact of ChatGPT on higher education: what have we learnt?
The third instalment of the webinar series titled "Implications of Generative Artificial Intelligence for Higher Education" is being jointly presented by TEQSA (Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency) and CRADLE (Centre for Research on Assessment and Digital Learning).
This online webinar is a part of the series that addresses 'what is known at present about generative artificial intelligence (genAI), implications for learning, teaching and assessment and how such technologies might transform higher education into the future.'
The expert panelists will review the impact of generative AI six months after the release of ChatGPT. They will explore 'how a much-hyped technology is unfolding in reality from institutional governance, regulatory, academic integrity and educational technology research perspectives.'
The discussion will offer timely insights and views about how Artificial Intelligence can be integrated ethically and meaningfully in learning and teaching practices in university education. These insights can inform implications for Built Environment education as well.
- Professor Rowena Harper Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education) and Professor at Edith Cowan University
- Professor Simon Buckingham Shum Professor of Learning Informatics at the University of Technology Sydney
- Professor Phillip (Phill) Dawson Professor and Co-Director of the Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE) at Deakin University
- Dr Helen Gniel Director of TEQSA’s Higher Education Integrity Unit
- Professor Margaret Bearman Research Professor in the Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE)
The event will be held on the 5th of June, from 2-4pm. If you are interested, please register here.