Participant In Project For KCL - Project On Generative AI And Assessment

Job Description

This position is part of a KCL project funded by the College Teaching Fund, titled “Exploring Generative AI in Essay Writing and Marking”. More information about the project can be found at this link. The role entails:

1) Completing two anonymous surveys that delve into students' personal usage, and perceptions, of Generative AI in assessment. We have allocated two hours for completing this task.

2) Actively participating in a full-day essay-writing workshop on Tuesday, 12th March 2024, spanning eight hours (9:00 AM- 5:00 PM), inclusive of a one-hour lunch break. Throughout this session, participants will be provided with refreshments and lunch.

During the workshop, 15 participants will be tasked with composing a short essay that integrates Generative AI into the essay-writing process. Additionally, participants will engage in real-time discussions, responding to queries about their experiences with the Generative AI-informed essay-writing approach.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Answering an online survey in the week commencing 4th March 2014.

  • Engaging in the full-day essay-writing workshop on 12 March 2024, by completing the allocated task and participating in group discussion.

  • Answering another online survey in the week commencing 18th March


Essential Criteria:

  • Currently enrolled as first-year undergraduate student at the School of Social Science and Public Policy at King’s College London.

  • Willingness to actively participate in the proposed essay-writing workshop, which includes completing the assigned task and actively contribute to discussions, for the entire duration on the 12th of March from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Additionally, must be willing to respond to two online surveys within the specified timeframe.

Desirable Criteria:

  • Familiarity with Generative AI tools, such as BingChat or ChatGPT.


No prior knowledge or experience is required, except for what is typically expected of an average first-year undergraduate student (School of Social Science and Public Policy). This includes the ability to write short essays on Political Science topics.


Research assistance on public international law as well as help relating to events of the Shell Lectureship


LL.B. Or equivalent, word, excel


Knowledge in public international law, e.g. general PIL and trade

The 3 postgraduate candidates are expected to work out 12 research impact post articles in total, with 4 cases (40 working hours) for each candidate to draft with. All case documents, including reports, maps and photos, possibly videos and animations, will be provided by supervisor, Dr Yijing Li. 

The 40 hours for each candidate will be estimated to spend on following activities: 

  1. 8 hours per case drafting upon receiving the relevant documents (8*4=32 hours)

  2. 2 hours kick-off meeting with Faculty communication team and supervisor, on setting up the post article's template

  3. 1.5 hours on average on polishing if received any comments or feedback on further editing from the Faculty communication team (1.5*4=6 hours)




Executive Briefing report drafting; storytelling using data-driven evidence in multiple format; good communciation skills and collaborative attitude.

St Mary Le Strand: Rebecca Smith Installation

GLOW: ILLUMINATING INNOVATION is a multi-sited London exhibition showcasing groundbreaking artworks by leading women artists working with cutting-edge technologies. Brand-new pieces have been curated alongside historical works spanning five decades revealing the previously hidden innovation by women in technology.

Situated inside the St Mary le Strand church and drawing directly from the live environmental data generated by the many sensors that surround the Strand Aldwych space, colours, movement, speed, and sound will all be informed from large swaths of live data exchange.

By taking information that is invisible to the human eye and presenting it in a way that seamlessly overlays with the public realm, the audience are invited to explore a dynamic perception of space, and to critically engage with issues of climate change and the environment.

This light and sound installation will be in place inside the church for three days – from the 11 – 13 March and will be open to the public from 10am – 10pm. During this time invigilators are required to check in visitors and gather evaluation data.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: This installation uses haze and flashing lights.

Key Tasks

  • Complete the training for the role. 

  • Represent King’s College London during the art installation/performance at the church, being the first port of call for questions from the public, handing out promotional material (if available) and providing excellent customer service to visitors.

  • Be comfortable approaching and interacting with the public ushering and signposting towards the event.

  • Approach members of the public to undertake a questionnaire, 

  • Encourage people to follow @CulturalKings.

  • Inform visitors about the rest of the GLOW exhibition in other sites and direct them to the GLOW website for more information.

  • Be friendly, welcoming, knowledgeable and communicate effectively with visitors answering any queries or concerns politely and signposting to various points locally including public toilet facilities.

  • Observe when overcrowding begins and help with guiding participants to the extra space, working with other event staff to manage queues.

  • Flag unexpected emergencies to duty staff and help to guide and evacuate people to a safe place.

  • Keep vigilant for any strange behaviour and reports from the public inform event staff asap.





Essential Criteria

  • Excellent customer service skills and experience

  • Excellent communication skills

  • Confident approaching members of the public

  • Punctual

  • Flexible approach to duties

  • Ability to be proactive and motivated during quiet periods

  • Awareness of Health and Safety procedures To be available for all shifts from 11 – 13 March



Desirable Criteria

  • Experience working in the arts/theatre

  • Experience working on large scale events

  • Front of house experience.

  • An interest in Art and Digital Technology