Elizabeth Olsson, Academic Language and Writing Advisor, Unit for Academic Language (ASK), University of Gothenburg
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Open lecture for all students at the University.
How can you use GenAI honestly and appropriately in your studies?
This is lecture two in a series of three lectures on Generative AI. The lectures are designed as a unit, but can be enjoyed in isolation as well. In other words, you do not have to attend them all, but you will get more out of them if you do.
Facilitated by Elizabeth Olsson (ASK). The lecture is followed by fika.
Lecture two focuses on how you can use generative AI honestly and appropriately to support your learning. Specifically, we will discuss how you can use generative AI to:
Demystify the academic writing genre
Understand challenging concepts
Revise your language in writing assignments
About the lecture series:
The wide release of generative AI (GenAI) tools has left university students in a challenging position. On the one hand, there are now accessible tools that can generate texts, images, and code at the click of a mouse. On the other hand, it is difficult to know if these tools are allowed in university courses and, if so, how they can be used honestly and appropriately. This three-part lecture series is designed to explore the impact of GenAI on university studies, offering insights into the University of Gothenburg’s position, honest and appropriate uses, and uses that may get students into trouble. All lectures will include information, activities, and time to ask questions.
The Unit for academic language (ASK) is a university-wide unit tasked with strengthening the awareness of academic writing and language development throughout the university. Their services, which include advising sessions, are provided in Swedish and English and are open free of charge to all students at the University of Gothenburg, regardless of faculty or educational level.