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AbstractThe digitisation of higher education is raising significant questions about the impact of artificial intelligence and automation on teaching and learning environments, highlighting the need to investigate how teachers and students can work with new educational technologies in complementary ways. This paper reports results from a pilot study of the collaborative augmentation and simplification of text (CoAST) system, which is online software designed to facilitate the engagement ofdoi:10.1007/s10984-021-09368-9 fatcat:swkq73v22fdrfoehbqltl5sc3i