Exploring ChatGPT: A Student's Perspective

September 21, 2023, 1:00pm to 2:00pm
Intended audience: 
Academic Support Staff, Faculty, Graduate Student Instructors, Instructors, Researchers

The recording of this event can be accessed here.

Join us for a moderated student panel that explores how current undergrad and graduate Berkeley students feel about ChatGPT. Hear firsthand about their experiences so far with ChatGPT, what their peers are saying about it, their thoughts on ChatGPT in relation to course policies and academic integrity, how they think these AI tools should (or shouldn't) be used in the classroom, what they’d like to know about ChatGPT, and more. Given the buzz around ChatGPT and AI on campus, we think it's about time we heard directly from students!

The discussion will include:

  • Real-life adventures of students using ChatGPT.

  • Professors' do's and don'ts on ChatGPT and how they resonate with students.

  • The student perspective on academic integrity in the era of AI.

  • Tips and insights for fostering classroom discussions on ethical tech use.

  • Ideas for incorporating ChatGPT in a way that enriches the educational experience and provides students with tools for success.

The main goal of this session is to provide insight into UC Berkeley students’ experiences (inside and outside of class) with LLM and other Generative AI tools.

This session will be held via Zoom. Please register to get the Zoom link. 

➡️ Register for this event here!⬅️


Graduate Division & Research, Teaching, and Learning (RTL)