Content-type: text/html ~ Stephen's Web ~ A critical review of GenAI policies in higher education assessment: a call to reconsider the “originality” of students’ work

Stephen Downes

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This (14 page PDF) is useful. "Drawing on Bacchi's 'What's the problem represented to be' (WPR) framework, we analysed the GenAI policies of 20 world-leading universities to explore what are considered problems in this AI-mediated assessment landscape and how these problems are represented in policies." This is similar to the approach I took here, though I did not know about WPR. Also, I sought diverse examples, not elite universities, so I could find things the elite don't consider to be problems. Anyhow, what we find here is that "the major problem represented is that students may not submit their own original work for assessment with the presence of GenAI." The table illustrated displays the full results. Via Paul Prinsloo.

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