DfE call for evidence on Generative AI in education

The EPC response to this consultation can be found here.

The Department for Education (DfE) published a position on generative AI in education in March and have now issued a call for evidence.

The EPC’s Education, Employability and Skills Committee propose a full member consultation to enable the EPC to draw together evidence from across the Engineering Academics Network to respond to the call for evidence and to remind the DfE that universities are leading the way in the development of generative AI in education. Our response will have an engineering focus but may apply to the sector more widely.

Please do contribute your experiences to the open Padlet below (Open in new or use the horizontal scroll bar to see all of the questions). As we are aware that there are a lot of open conversations and debates around generative AI in the sector, we have included a question to seek information on others already trying to integrate views to form a collective voice and links to other Padlet’s / other curations of experience and views.

The EPC deadline is Friday 28th July 2023. The DfE deadline is 23 August.

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