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AI and Authentic Assessment:
Practical Strategies & Approaches

Wednesday, November 8, 2023
1:00 pm – 2:15 pm
Online Event

Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools provide unprecedented opportunities for educators to design assessments that engage students in real-world-like tasks and projects. Participants will take away practical strategies and approaches to design authentic assessments utilizing the advantages that AI tools provide, while addressing the challenges of academic integrity and plagiarism. The strategies and approaches will include the presenters’ personal experiences and a synthesis of published classroom AI applications from over 100 educators. Participants will have time to reflect on how they can adapt the strategies with concrete examples and resources.

Presented by

Laura Armer
Director of Digital Learning Initiatives, College of Social Sciences, UH Mānoa

Vanessa Ghersi Cordano
Graduate Assistant, College of Social Sciences Online Programs, UH at Mānoa

Betsy Gilliland
Associate Professor, Department of Second Language Studies, UH Mānoa

Yao Hill
Specialist, Assessment and Curriculum Support Center, UH Mānoa

Matt Parcon
Moderator, Instructional Designer, UHOIC

This event is cosponsored by the OFDAS Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) and the UH Online Innovation Center (UHOIC).

We strive to host inclusive and accessible presentations. Some events are in person, others online. For online, live captioning will be provided. To request additional accommodations, please email us before the event. Mahalo!