top of page

Fri, 05 Jul

|

Online via Zoom

Authentic Assessment in the Age of AI

We need to rethink authentic assessment in the age of AI. The question is: how could we design authentic assessment tasks in the digital world?

Registration is closed
See other events
Authentic Assessment in the Age of AI
Authentic Assessment in the Age of AI

Time & Location

05 Jul 2024, 3:00 pm – 4:15 pm HKT

Online via Zoom

About the event

[Last Call] Join our 700+ colleagues and students at this virtual seminar and learn together about AI and authentic assessment with Professor NIEMINEN.

In mid-May, we hosted an "AI and Assessment Design" seminar, during which Professor DAWSON Phillip provided us with the principles and propositions for assessment design in the age of generative AI. Moving forward, we aspire to explore an alternative to traditional assessment to emphasise human capabilities and mitigate the risks of AI-generated content. Authentic assessment holds a promising prospect in this regard.

Topic & Guest Speaker

Authentic Assessment in the Age of AI

Professor NIEMINEN JuusoStaff ProfileTwitterPersonal Website

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong

Authentic assessment acknowledges the authentic skills, practices, and tools that students will need in their future professions. While authentic assessment is not a new idea, we need to rethink it in the digital world, particularly in the age of AI. Nowadays, students use and live with digital technology: AI is a part of our everyday life in higher education. How could we design authentic assessment tasks in the digital world?

Biography

Dr NIEMINEN Juuso Henrik is an Assistant Professor at The University of Hong Kong and a Banting Fellow at Ontario Tech University, Canada. He is also an Adjunct Professor (Docent) at the University of Eastern Finland and an Honorary Fellow at the Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE), Deakin University, Australia. His research explores how assessment takes shape and shapes people in our digital societies. He is particularly interested in a student perspective on assessment. He has also studied assessment from inclusion, equity, and diversity viewpoints.

Points to Note:

1. Registrants will receive the join link through the registration confirmation email.

2. Participants will be awarded no certificate of attendance or letter of acknowledgement.

Share this event

bottom of page