Reposted my original post from the National Centre for AI I would like to thank the late Andrew Cormack for his support in approaching the […]
We are working with Professor Simon Walker on exploring the impact of technology on the future of assessment and feedback. Simon has shared this post about his research to date. As the world continues to shift towards a digital future, with generative artificial intelligence playing an important role, the way we assess education and professionals […]
Co-authored by Marieke Guy, Head of digital assessment, UCL and Chris Thomson, Jisc. As generative AI embeds itself into the world, understanding students’ perspective on what it means for their learning and assessment is more important than ever. We live in fast moving and concerning times. The leaders at our HE institutions have found themselves […]
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Our Jisc principles of good assessment and feedback1 published in March 2022 were illustrated by some examples of the innovative use of digital technology to help implement the principles. The vignettes in the guide highlighted an education technology landscape very different to that which existed last time we did a review back in 2016. Digital […]
There has been much discussion of the role of AI writing detectors. The issue has become more urgent for us with Turnitin announcing the imminent release of an AI detector. At the moment we’ve very little information about the Turnitin offering, other than the detail in the press release, where it claims 97% accuracy […]
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Chris looks at the fundamentals of digital storytelling and how it can play a part in effective online learning and assessment.
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