A workshop in English with Elizabeth Olsson.
The widespread use of generative AI tools has raised challenging questions among university teachers. While some wonder if students will use these technologies to cheat, others query whether these tools can support teaching and learning in higher education. Whatever a teacher’s perspective on the value and permissibility of generative AI may be, it is becoming increasingly clear that the way forward is the creation of policies on generative AI in coursework and examinations.
Based on the university’s Guidance for teachers on using generative AI in education and examples of policies developed by teachers across GU, the workshop provides teaching staff with tools and support in creating generative AI policies for their courses.
Date and time: Tuesday 9 April at 10 a.m. to noon.
Location: Pedagogen (Västra Hamngatan 25), House A, room A2 330
About Elizabeth Olsson
Elizabeth Olsson works as a language and writing advisor at the Unit for Academic Language (ASK) and a course coordinator at the School of Global Studies (SGS). She has an extensive teaching background, which she uses to navigate the challenges and opportunities of using generative AI in higher education.