Tools to transform your courses for better feedback with AI
Insights on AI and its impact on higher education
Strategies and resources to adapt your curriculum for AI
Integrate existing AI technology into teaching and learning
Giving feedback on students' assignments can be time-consuming. FeedbackFruits Automated Feedback tool provides AI-powered formative feedback to students on their academic writing skills based on criteria that instructor or students themselves define.
With Automated Feedback, students can receive feedback on writing style, grammar, formatting, referencing and more instantly.
When students are giving feedback to each other in the FeedbackFruits Group Member Evaluation tool, the AI-powered Automated Feedback Coach assists students in providing high-quality feedback, thus improving their feedback skills.
Automated Feedback Coach encourages students to give helpful feedback that addresses the assignment criteria and makes suggestions on how they can improve their feedback throughout the process.
A comprehensive guide that covers theories, practical cases and tools regarding AI in higher education; and discusses the opportunities and challenges universities face under future development of AI
ChatGPT has raised the concern of academic disintegrity and dishonesty. However, should institution be fear of this AI chatbot? This article discusses the potential impact of ChatGPT and how institutions can respond to this new development.
Created by Lance Eaton, this resource compiles a number of policies available at other institutions to help in instructors develop their own for navigating AI-Generative Tools.
Suggestions on how institutions can adapt your courses to embrace the rise of ChatGPT and AI technology, both long-term and short-term.
A practical guide to help faculties redesign writing assignments for AI, with best strategies, templates, and use cases.
The University of Kansas compiled a several strategies, ideas, and resources to help instructors adapt their courses to AI.
Torrey Trust, Associate Professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherst compiled a detailed guide to help educators understand ChatGPT and how the chatbot can be used to enhance teaching and learning.
Lucinda McKnight, Senior Lecturer at Deakin University shared how instructors can guide students to use AI tools to support their learning experiences.
The benefits of formative assessment, and how instructors can integrate this approach quickly and easily at any stage of your course.