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Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) in your education and assessment Guidance for students on how you might engage with artificial intelligence (AI) in your learning assessments effectively and ethically.

Guidance for Students

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INDEX

Section 7

Section 8

Section 1

Section 2

Section 3

Section 4

Section 5

How to acknowledge AI

Acknowledgements

Section 6

What is AI good for?

What AI tools are we talking about

What Can AI do

How you can use AI

What are the Limitations of AI

Academic misconduct

They are an effective support to your learning, but you should never attempt to pass off work that was generated by AI as your own work and if you use AI, you should on every occasion give it appropriate attribution.

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What is AI good for?

We are encouraging teaching staff and students to make the most of emergent AI tools at Dumfries and Galloway College (DGC).

What AI tools are we talking about?

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Chat GPT

Dal-E for creating images

Perplexity

Quillbot

Gamma

AI Tools Directory

Historical Figures Chat on the App Store (apple.com) "Historical Figures," uses advanced AI (Artificial Intelligence) technology to allow users to have conversations with over 20,000 historical figures from the past. Available only on Apple.

Microsoft Bing Image creator from Microsoft create images on demand.

Verse by Verse author a poem with AI support in the style of an American poet of your choice.

formulashq.com for creating or interpreting formulas in Excel and Google Sheets. >. formulashq and sheetplus have joined forces

Bearly.ai An AI productivity tool that helps users read, write, and create content faster. It brings together multiple AI models into one easy-to-use interface accessible via desktop app, mobile app, and Chrome extension. – requires an install.

Talk to Books (google.com) Curated Book Search from Google Talk to Books (google.com) explore ideas and discover books by getting quotes that respond to your queries.

AI Tools Directory

  • AI tools to simplify your work lifelong list of AI enabled tools.

  • Draft essays and short answer questions in a range of distinctive styles.
  • Create rubrics and multiple-choice questions.
  • Summarise articles, paraphrase passages.
  • Complete translations.
  • Create images on request.
  • Writes computer code on request and much more.

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What can AI do?

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Does Chat GPT Mean the end of the essay as an assessment tool?

How you can use AI?

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Use it to generate a basic essay structure or help shape your thinking around a topic

Use it to improve your grammar and writing structure – it can be especially helpful if English is a second language

Use it to generate a potentially useful list of references

Always give attribution when you have used AI - remember assessments must always be all your own work

Discuss topics with AI to test your own knowledge

With your lecturer get AI to create some answers to essay questions and critique these.

AI is ok at basic reasoning, but it is just pulling and structuring information that is available to it, using blocks of information from a data bank, it is not always current.It makes many mistakes and sometimes makes things up without realising it..It can help you a lot, but it cannot do your learning. You still need to do this.

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What are the limitations of AI?

"When you submit your work to DGC, you are reminded that you are making submission on the basis that the assessment is all your own work."

LOREM IPSUM DOLOR SIT AMET

It is important you do not use AI tools to generate an essay and submit it as if it was your own work. The College has strict rules on plagiarism and academic misconduct which includes passing off someone else’s work as your own. Please be aware of the College’s policies on Assessments and if in doubt discuss how you have used an AI tool with your lecturer. If lecturing staff suspect that you are trying to pass off AI-generated output as your own work, then the Colleges policies on academic integrity will apply. You would be likely to be invited to an investigatory interview to probe the authorship of your work and the sanctions for misconduct can be severe.

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Academic misconduct

It is important you do not use AI tools to generate an essay and submit it as if it was your own work. The College has strict rules on plagiarism and academic misconduct which includes passing off someone else’s work as your own.

If staff assessing suspect that you are trying to pass off AI-generated output as your own work, then the Colleges policies on academic integrity will apply. You would be likely to be invited to an investigatory interview to probe the authorship of your work and the sanctions for misconduct can be severe.

Please be aware of the College’s policies on Assessments and if in doubt discuss how you have used an AI tool with your lecturer.

Please be aware of the College’s policies on Assessments and if in doubt discuss how you have used an AI tool with your lecturer.

"If you choose to use AI in development of your work, you must acknowledge this in the same way you would reference any other source you have used in the completion of your work."

LOREM IPSUM DOLOR SIT AMET

How to Acknowledge AI

Acknowledge AI

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EXAMPLE 1

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You must acknowledge its use – name the tool and how it was used.

Examples of how to acknowledge, describe and references.

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this guidance is adapted for college use from:

National Centre for AI in Tertiary Education

Acknowledgement

National Centre for AI in Tertiary Education

Thanks!

from the Learning and Teaching Innovation Team

CONTACT USBankend Road Dumfries DG1 4FD(01387) 734 000info@dumgal.ac.ukwww.dumgal.ac.uk

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Acknowledgement

Reference

Example

I acknowledge the use of ChatGPT (https://chat.openai.com/) to plan my essay and generate some initial ideas which I used in background research and self-study in the drafting of this assessment.

  • I used ChatGPT to create a high-level structure which I then adapted in my essay, Paste – Chat GPT Query and response which you adapted.
  • I used one further ChatGPT prompt to generate some high-level ideas about topic which again I adapted in my essay Paste – Chat GPT Query and response which you adapted.

OpenAI, ChatGPT, 15Feb 2023, https://chat.openai.com/APA example: AI response (with citation) Alternatively, you can cite AI technologies for example:

  • OpenAI. (2023, March 8th). [ChatGPT response to a prompt about three prominent themes in Robert Burn’s poetry
Q: Open AI What are three of the main themes in Robert Burns poetryA: Robert Burns was a famous Scottish poet who lived during the 18th century. His works are known for their lyrical beauty, profound emotion, and insightful observations of human nature. Three main themes that are prominent in Burns' poetry are:
  • Love: Burns was a passionate romantic, and his poetry often explores the complexities of love and relationships. Many of his most famous works, such as "A Red, Red Rose" and "Ae Fond Kiss," are love poems that express deep emotion and a longing for connection.
  • Nature: Burns was also deeply connected to the natural world, and his poetry often celebrates the beauty of the Scottish countryside. He was particularly fond of writing about the changing seasons and the ways in which nature can reflect human emotions and experiences.
  • Scottish identity: As a proud Scot, Burns was deeply invested in preserving and celebrating the cultural heritage of his homeland. Many of his poems explore the themes of national pride, patriotism, and the struggles of the Scottish people. Some of his most famous works, such as "A Man's a Man for A' That," reflect his commitment to social justice and equality.

“I acknowledge the use of <insert AI system(s) and link> to generate materials for background research and self-study in the drafting of this assessment.”

research and self-study

“I acknowledge the use of <insert AI system(s) and link> to generate materials that were included within my final assessment in modified form.”

included in materials