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Assessment and feedback redesign in ChatGPT times

This seminar will delve into how the influence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and ChatGPT in particular is transforming the way we approach assessment and feedback. The seminar consists of two expert provocations by Prof. David Carless and Dr. Juuso Nieminen, followed by a conversation led by our discussant Dr. Mollie Dollinger.

The first provocation by Dr. Nieminen considers how our approach to assessment needs to change fundamentally in ChatGPT times. In higher education, rather than solely focusing on easily measurable skills, assessment should now focus increasingly on human capabilities, such as problem-solving, critical thinking, and creativity. This necessarily requires us to shift our focus in assessment from course learning outcomes to programme learning outcomes.

The second provocation by Prof. Carless aims to stimulate thinking at the interface of automated feedback practices and educational research on effective feedback. What are potential synergies between automated feedback and state-of-the-art feedback principles? What student and teacher feedback literacies enable productive use of automated feedback opportunities?

Professor David Carless, The University of Hong Kong
Dr Juuso Nieminen, The University of Hong Kong
Discussant: Dr Mollie Dollinger, Deakin University
Date: March 16, 2023 (Thursday)
Time: 17:00-18:15
Hong Kong Time by Zoom



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