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What GenAI tools are available?

Cecilia Lo, Learning Technologist and Instructional Designer In the previous step, you thought about some broad philosophical questions regarding generative AI. In this step, we return to a very practical …

An HE leadership perspective on GenAI opportunities

Professor Shitij Kapur, President & Principal of King’s College London Dr Martin Compton, Programme and Assessment Design Lead In the previous step, you heard some student perspectives on the advantages …

How are students already using these tools?

Dr Brenda Williams, Reader in Neuroscience Education Dr Jayne Pearson, Senior Lecturer in Education and Assessment In the previous step, you considered some of the perceived and actual limitations of …

Limitations of GenAI tools

Dr Martin Compton, Programme and Assessment Design Lead In the previous step, you considered the importance of prompt engineering. In this step, you will have the opportunity to consider real …

What can GenAI tools do well?

Dr Martin Compton, Programme and Assessment Design Lead This activity explores some capabilities and limitations of generative AI in the context of higher education teaching and learning.  It contributes to …

Some student perspectives

Janvi Jagasia, Vice-President Education (Health), King’s College London Students’ Union Steven Suresh, President, King’s College London Students’ Union Dr Martin Compton, Programme and Assessment Design Lead In the previous step, …

Can generative AI be creative?

Dr Martin Compton, Programme and Assessment Design Lead In the previous step, you were asked how intelligent you think AI currently is and how intelligent it is likely to become. …

Sustainability and environmental concerns

Dr Rebecca Lindner, Senior Lecturer in Education Leadership Development In the previous step, you considered the challenges and possibilities generative AI poses for equitable and fair access and inclusion. In …

Can generative AI improve access and inclusion?

Amy Aisha Brown, Technology Enhanced Learning Manager In the previous step, you saw how there are many issues, tensions and debates surrounding generative AI. In this step, you will recognise …

Ethics of generative AI

Dr Caitlin Bentley, Lecturer in AI Education This activity explores the ethics of applying generative AI in education and the importance of considering social, ethical and sustainability dimensions while utilising …

Can AI learn to teach?

Dr Karl Nightingale, Reader in Bioscience Education In the previous step, you thought about the likelihood of robots replacing teachers by participating in a poll on this topic. In this …