International Journal of Emerging and Disruptive Innovation in Education : VISIONARIUM


"Originality" has been a longstanding focal point within the college classroom, with students being encouraged to embrace creativity and boldness. The traditional view of originality, relying solely on one's wit and imagination, has lost its effectiveness in the present era. The concept of learning has undergone a significant transformation, no longer resembling the isolated ivory tower of the past where individuals would immerse themselves in books, hoping to be inspired. Instead, modern learning has become more social and collaborative. Students compare and contrast class material with online resources, engaging in conversations, both in person and virtually, to solidify their understanding. The author of the presentation contends that the future of higher education lies in collaborative originality. Collaboration goes beyond the mere sharing of ideas; it serves as a means of generating innovative concepts, thriving in the dissolution of traditional boundaries. The delineation between humans and machines, disciplines, and formal and informal learning has become increasingly blurred. In this context, modern originality emerges as a collaborative and interdisciplinary process. The advent of AI, notably exemplified by technologies like ChatGPT and Hyperwrite, has further accelerated this trend. Utilizing prompt engineering, individuals can seamlessly collaborate with virtual assistants to foster new ideas, revolutionizing the conventional notion of "originality."





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