Ensuring academic integrity amidst the rise of generative AI

Maintaining academic integrity in the age of generative AI

Over half of students (53%) said they have used generative AI to prepare assessments, according to recent research by HEPI and UCAS. In this blog we explore what academic integrity means post-ChatGPT and outline strategies for helping students to engage with generative AI tools effectively and responsibly. What is academic integrity and why does it

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Closing the gap: addressing socioeconomic disparities in AI education access

Student use of AI emerging digital divide

A digital divide in students’ use of generative AI tools may be emerging, according to new research by HEPI and UCAS. In this blog we delve into the survey findings, highlighting the importance of equitable access to AI in education and suggesting practical approaches to bridge the gap. Students’ use of AI The use of

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Empowering librarians: harnessing the potential of AI tools

Mike Jones

We spoke to Mike Jones from Solent University about the synergies between AI literacy and information literacy in higher education. Read on to find out how AI tools could empower librarians to position themselves as centrally important in the future university. First, can you tell me more about your current role? I’m one of a

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