Tags : ChatGPT

Students may be punished if caught using artificial intelligence under new measures to tackle academic misconduct
Artificial intelligence could pose ‘major threat’ to college qualifications
Fewer essays, more oral exams, no online tests: shake-up to prevent students using AI to cheat
Publishers, Don’t Use AI Detection Tools!
Colleges plan more oral exams in response to the threat of AI cheating
QUB students warned of AI rules ahead of new year: ‘Chatbots can be a form of cheating’
A Draft Strategic Plan for Maynooth (via ChatGPT)
Why universities should return to oral exams in the AI and ChatGPT era
Students warned of ‘serious consequences’ for use of artificial intelligence in essays
As educators, we must step up our game in the face of ChatGPT
Colleges move to tackle threat posed by students using ChatGPT to pass work off as their own
Essays and (Computational) Physics
ChatGPT is the push higher education needs to rethink assessment
With the rise of ChatGPT, how are universities planning on assessing students this year?
What should it mean to be an author of a scientific paper?
UCC advises staff on use of ChatGPT over plagiarism fears
You’re Not Going to Like How Colleges Respond to ChatGPT
ChatGPT creators release new tool aimed at easing concerns over university plagiarism
Trinity advises academics to adjust assignments in light of ChatGPT cheating threat