Assessments in an AI World

October 19, 2023, 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Intended audience: 
Faculty, Graduate Student Instructors, Instructors
Part of series: 

Join this hands-on workshop to explore options for redesigning assessments in light of ChatGPT and other generative AI tools. To maximize the interactivity and benefit of this workshop, we request that participants bring an assessment from Fall '23 or Spring '24. We'll start with an overview of diverse strategies and key principles Then, in smaller groups, attendees will describe and/or share materials for their assessments. The workshop facilitators and peers will offer feedback focusing on alignment with learning objectives, accessibility implications, instructor workload, and ethical considerations.

Everyone in the UC Berkeley instructional community is welcome to join the workshop!

This session will be held in person in 117 Dwinelle Hall (Academic Innovation Studio). Light snacks will be served. We kindly request that you only register for the event if you can attend, as the capacity of the venue is limited to ~28 participants.

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Series description

The "Faculty Coffee Chat" workshop series, designed and led by instructors, provides an engaging space where faculty peers can exchange insights, share best practices, and build a vibrant community of shared knowledge. These instructor-led events are key to fostering collaboration and growth among faculty members.

Interested in leading a chat? Fill out this form to contribute to our collaborative and growth-oriented environment! If your idea is just taking shape and you'd like some feedback or discussion, but you're not ready yet to complete the form, please feel free to email us at We'd love to connect!