This page features guides from the CSHE and a curated list of high-quality resources, websites, and case studies to assist with assessment redesign, including ideas for how to reduce AI-related academic misconduct and examples of how AI could be used to enhance assessment.
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Designing assessment tasks that are less vulnerable to AI
With the public release of ChatGPT, you may be wondering how you can modify your assessments to reduce the risk of academic misconduct.
Using AI to enhance assessment
This page houses information and resources focused on ways that academic staff can use generative AI to enhance assessment tasks.
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Rethinking assessment in response to AI
The CSHE have produced a new guide on rethinking assessment in response to AI. This guide features seven practical strategies for improving assessment design and integrity, as well as examples and case studies to showcase these strategies
ChatGPT and Academic Integrity: Options for adapting assessment for Semester 1 2023
This Melbourne CSHE brief guide provides practical examples for how academic staff could reframe aspects of their assessment tasks in Semester 1 2023 to mitigate the risk of cheating and plagiarism