IDoA sessions in UK time: International Day of Action for Academic Integrity – October 18, 2023

Der IDoA steht 2023 im Zeichen „der Förderung der akademischen Integrität im Zeitalter der KI“.

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IDoA sessions in UK time


Introduction to IDoA – events, resources, inclusion

Dr Mary Davis, Co-chair, International Day of Action 

This session will open the International Day of Action for Academic Integrity, highlight the events and resources for the day and explain the focus on including everyone in the conversation.


Academic integrity, AI, cheating sites and assessment: students, have you read the terms and conditions?

Prof Ann Rogerson, University of Wollongong, Australia

This session will raise your awareness of the personal data/privacy aspects of AI and cheating sites, and what ‘extra’ information you are giving them, as well as highlighting the importance of reading the assessment requirements.


What do PhD students think about AI? (A New Zealand perspective)

Sheryll McIntosh, University of Auckland, New Zealand and PhD students, facilitator 

This session will involve a panel of PhD students who will be discussing the burning questions surrounding use of AI in their studies and lives, with a staff facilitator


Championing academic integrity in the age of AI: panel of students based in Australia, Nigeria, UK and Argentina

Dr Mary Davis, Oxford Brookes University, Claudia Gottwald,  University of Adelaide, Emilienne Akpan, American University of Nigeria, and student champions 

Our panel features passionate and dedicated university student champions from the United Kingdom, Australia, Argentina and Nigeria, who will share their unique perspectives on the critical theme of academic integrity in the era of Artificial Intelligence. Hear firsthand experiences and perspectives from students who are on the front lines of maintaining academic integrity and gain a global perspective that will enrich your understanding of the challenges and solutions.


Truths and Myths about academic integrity and AI – Menti discussion

Dr Jamie Cawthra, Bloomsbury Institute, London, UK

This interactive session using Menti explores how students and staff can communicate expectations around AI to one another – online, hybrid, in-person and in large groups. Join in for the full experience!


A Fireside Chat: Student partnerships for academic integrity policy and interactive oral assessment in the age of AI

Dr Monica Ward and Student Union Vice President Academic Life, Eoin Crossen, Dublin City University, Ireland

Can students as partners really have input into the formation of a university’s academic integrity policy?  Do interactive oral assessments really work to counter academic misconduct in the age of AI?  What is the role of belonging in interactive orals?  This fireside chat with a Dean of Teaching and Learning and the Student Union Vice President for Academic Life reflects on these questions. 


Thomas and Irene in conversation about academic integrity in 2023

Dr Thomas Lancaster, Imperial College London and Dr Irene Glendinning, Coventry University, UK

Join Irene and Thomas as they discuss the developments in the academic integrity world that they’ve seen and been involved with over the past year, including their response to the wide availability of generative AI systems. 


How can academic staff support each other to increase academic integrity? A conversation

Dr Liz Newton, London South Bank University, UK

This session will consider the ways academic staff can help to reduce breaches of academic integrity, followed by a discussion where the audience can share knowledge about encouraging best practice.


Ethical implementation of AI in the process of academic writing

Dr Salim Razi and Burcu Özge Razı, Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey 

This session will provide hints about the possible ethical implementation of AI tools in academic writing classes via the Anonymous Multi-mediated Writing Model


AI isn’t just AI: discussion

Emma Duke-Williams, University of Dundee, and Laura Lane, Brock University, Canada

The impact of Artificial Intelligence has skewed the view (at least in the press) of Academic Integrity, but as we know, there is far more to Academic Integrity. We’ll talk about all the other aspects of AI that both students and staff need to be aware of, and ideas for enabling the whole community to support students to study with integrity.  This is very much an open discussion, for students and faculty to share their thoughts.


Navigating social media responsibly and avoiding cheating traps: Staff and student discussion 

Student planning group, moderated by Rachel Gorjup, University of Toronto, Dr Jennie Miron, Humber College Canada, Dr Mary Davis, Oxford Brookes University

The staff and student presenters will discuss strategies for students to navigate social media carefully and be aware of the kinds of cheating practices that are promoted through social media.


Responsibilities with GenAI – student panel discussion (a UAE perspective and beyond)

Dr Zeenath Reza Khan, students from University of Wollongong in Dubai, others

Personal responsibilities in using genAI seems to be the topic of discussion, asking students or faculty to be responsible for fact-checking data, maintaining transparency in use and research, and mitigating bias. However, institutions carry a fair share of responsibilities involving establishing clear guidelines for genAI content, promoting diversity and inclusion, fostering an environment that encourages ethical AI research. This panel discussion seeks to navigate these complexities, elucidating avenues for constructive conversations that can effectively cultivate a safe and thriving academic ecosystem.


Framework for the Ethical Use of AI

Dr Brenda McDermott, University of Calgary, Canada

This session will present a framework for evaluating different AI interfaces as learning tools and encourage participants to consider how AI can be a site of active learning.


The courage to change: implications for teaching, learning and assessment in the GenAI era

Dr Tricia Bertram Gallant, University of San Diego, Board Member Emeritus, International Center for Academic Integrity

In 2008, I proposed that we should stop asking „how do we stop students from cheating“ and start asking „how do we ensure students are learning?“. Now, 15 years later with Generative AI in the mix, this focus on learning is even more important. In this session, I’ll talk about drawing on courage to change the way we teach, learn and assess in the era of GenAI.


Student voices: reflections on academic integrity in the age of AI (A Latin American perspective) – session in Spanish

Dr Luz Godina and Lucy Puente and students from UDEM, Tech de Monterrey, Universidad Panamericana (Mexico) and Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile 

In this session, students will discuss their questions and concerns about the ethical use of artificial intelligence for studying and learning.

This session will be in Spanish with translation available.


Use of AI by students and researchers: the potential legal issues. A conversation between legal experts

Dr Benjamin Liu, University of Auckland, New Zealand and Kim Pettigrew, University of New South Wales, Australia

The session will explore the legal implications surrounding the use of AI by students and researchers, discussing issues such as data privacy, intellectual property rights, and other considerations.


Universal Design for Learning in academic integrity

Dr Jessica Kalra, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

In this session we will discuss how the UDL framework can be used to cultivate a culture of Academic Integrity by focussing on creating equitable and inclusive learning environments.


Final thoughts on Championing Academic Integrity in the age of AI and the International Day of Action

Dr Mary Davis and Rachel Gorjup, co-chairs

The co-chairs will round up the International Day of Action events and discuss highlights from the day.

Wir präsentieren Ihnen auf unserer Website ausgewählte Beiträge internationaler Expert:innen zum Thema Akademische Integrität und Künstliche Intelligenz in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Kompetenzzentrum für Akademische Integrität der MDW (Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien).

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for Academic Integrity im Zeichen „der Förderung der akademischen Integrität im Zeitalter der KI“

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