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Generative AI

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Assessment re-designs for the generative AI era:

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PolyU takes an open and forward-looking stance on the use of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) tools (such as ChatGPT) as a positive and creative force in education, and the incorporation of such use in innovative learning, teaching, and assessment practices. While embracing the use of new technology in education, PolyU upholds the principle that students must adhere to high standards of academic integrity in all forms of assessments. The Student Code of Conduct and the policy on academic integrity apply to the use of GenAI in student work. 

Taken from PolyU’s Guidelines for Students on the Use of Generative Artificial Intelligence (Effective from 2022/23 Summer Term):

PolyU Library on Generative Artificial Intelligence (GenAI) Tools

PolyU EDC on Generative AI:

Guidance for students on the use of Generative AI (such as ChatGPT) from the University of Edinburgh

Student guide to using generative AI from Deakin University

Avoiding Plagiarism with Generative AI

✘ Copying the output of generative AI into an assessment. Students are ultimately responsible for content submitted for assessments and publications.
✘ Relying only on generative AI as a source


✓ Use AI for brainstorming and generating ideas 
✓ Note down when Generative AI tools were used for assessments


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