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Policies and Practices
for GenAI in Education

From Pedagogical Innovation to AI Plagiarism

AUG 30 2023 12.00-14.00 (ZOOM ONLINE)

for cuhk COMMUNITY only

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Deadline: 28 August 2023, 23.59

Given the dialogue surrounding the opportunities and challenges of applying generative AI in educational settings has reached a stage of maturity, this semester presents a prime opportunity for CUHK teachers and practitioners to experiment with pedagogical innovation by incorporating these recent AI technologies as teaching, learning, and assessment tools.

Against this backdrop, this seminar aims to explore best practices for integrating generative AI into classroom activities. Our esteemed guest speakers will also share their valuable insights on mitigating the potential drawbacks of using such AI tools in teaching and learning practices, primarily focusing on discussing CUHK's generative AI policies and the latest developments in VeriGuide in response to AI plagiarism.

Speakers & Schedule

12:00 - 12:10

Prof Paul Lam

Prof Paul LAM


Associate Professor

CLEAR's Actions on GenAI & Education

12:35 - 13:00

Prof Irwin King

Prof Irwin KING

KEEP & VeriGuide

Principal Investigator

Practical Solutions for AI Plagiarism from a Technician's Perspective

12:10 - 12:35


Prof Vivian LEE



Responses to AI Plagiarism from an Educator's Perspective

13:00 - 13:45


Prof Yun DAI

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

Assistant Professor

GenAI and ChatGPT as a Student-Driven Innovation

13:45 - 14:00

Q&A Session and Closing Remarks


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