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  • Avatar photoEmma Cohen de Lara
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    Hi, I thought it’d be interesting to see how the different UC’s address the challenges posed by AI. Here’s AUC’s approach: There is a growing number of university programmes that are moving towards implementing policy to protect their course assessments, and hence the validity of their diplomas against wrong use of generative AI tools, such as ChatGPT. A report recently published by the AUC Taskforce on Generative AI makes it clear that assessment at AUC is also largely vulnerable to the misuse of such tools. The AUC Management Team understands that there is no generic rule that will safeguard validity of assessment for all courses, levels and learning outcomes. At the same time it has the responsibility to put a general framework in place that goes some way to protecting our lecturers from possible invalidation of their assessments. For this reason, the MT instructs lecturers to implement an assessment structure for their courses that includes a minimum of 55% of course assessment to take place in the classroom.

    This is a temporary measure to take effect in the academic year 2023-2024, until our community had the time to properly reflect on the challenges posed but also the opportunities created by the presence of generative AI in our education. The MT realises that what teachers ultimately need is time and resources, so that they can come up with the adjustments that fit their own courses and their learning outcomes. For this reason it has also been decided to organise a (class-free) joint educational development week to take place at the start of the autumn semester (from Thursday 7 September until Wednesday 13 September), during which teachers will be given the time and resources to work on rethinking their courses.

    Educational development week program:

    Thursday 7 September
    Knowing
    9:00-10:30 Welcome by Marianne Riphagen
    Introduction by Dora Achourioti
    ‘What should we know about GenAI?’
    by Breanndán Ó Nualláin & Jelke Bloem
    10:45-11:00 Break
    11:00-12:00 ‘AI & Education: A Bird’s Eye Perspective’
    by Luuk Terbeek (VU CTL & UvA TLC)
    12:00-13:00 Presentation for students in the Common Room
    Bertine van Deyzen: Demystifying AI in education: not so good, but also not as bad as you might think
    Lunch will be served in room 1.02.
    13:00-16:00 Workshop in ChatGPT
    by Emma Wiersma and Julia Dawitz (UvA TLC FNWI)
    facilitated also by: Marijke Leijdekkers, Amrita Das (VU CTL)
    and Barbara Allart (VU/UvA assessment expert)
    16:00-17:00 Presentation for students in the Common Room
    Jelke Bloem: How does ChatGPT work?

    Friday 8 September
    Playing
    9:00-12:00 Activities & Training
    ‘Tips & Tricks’ by Julia Dawitz (UvA TLC FNWI)
    ‘Interacting with AI’ by Jacqui Edwards (UvA TLC Central)
    ‘More about prompting’ (in-house expertise)
    12:00-13:00 Presentation for students in the Common Room
    Fieke Jansen: On Datafication
    Lunch will be served in room 1.02.
    13:00-16:00 Design time (individually or in groups)
    16:00-17:00 Presentation for students in the Common Room
    Paul Verhagen: How to incorporate gen-AI into your workflow

    Monday 11 September
    Sharing
    9:00-12:00 Show & Tell: AUC lecturers present
    12:00-13:00 Presentation for students in the Common Room
    Aybüke Özgün: Challenges for an AI society: Algorithmic Bias and Hidden Machine Bias
    Lunch will be served in room 1.02
    13:00-16:00 Design time (individually or in groups)
    Monique Jongerius (UvA TLC Central) will be present
    to brainstorm on assessment for HUM (from 14:00)
    16:00-17:00 Presentation for students in the Common Room
    Dora Achourioti: A game of prompt injection

    Tuesday 12 September
    Thinking
    9:00-12:00 Open discussion on big questions:
    – ethics and responsible use
    – policy
    – the future of education
    This session will include short pitches by experts on relevant topics,
    including Claudia Santana (Diversity Officer Law Faculty UvA),
    Amrita Das (senior educator VU CTL)
    as well as by AUC governance bodies.
    12:00-13:00 Presentation for students in the Common Room
    Breanndán Ó Nualláin: Data privacy and open-source alternatives
    Lunch will be served in room 1.02.
    13:00-16:00 Design time (individually or in groups)
    16:00-17:00 Presentation for students in the Common Room
    Misha Velthuis: Political Economy of Gen-AI

    Avatar photoLeonard Carter
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