Fututistic school classroom with robots and desks. Foto: Mostphotos

Who is the workshop for?

University teachers and directors of studies who want to learn more about the impact of Artificial Intelligence on university education and be aware of its associated benefits and risks.

About this workshop

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming the way we live and work, and university education is no exception. In this workshop, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the impact of AI on university education and the benefits and risks associated with its use. The workshop will provide you with a clear picture of AI, and help you make informed decisions about its role in university education.


  • Introduction to AI and its capabilities
  • Impact of AI on university education, including benefits and risks
  • Use cases and examples of AI in university education
  • Hands-on demonstration and practical exercises
  • Where to learn more about AI and its impact on university education.

By the end of the workshop, you will have a well-informed perspective on the impact of AI on university education, and be able to make informed decisions about its role in your teaching practices and in the university education sector as a whole.

This text was in large part generated using ChatGPT.


12 May 2023 at 9—12
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E-meeting in Zoom

To participate in the workshop you will need a computer with the Zoom e-meeting service installed (see guide on how to install and log into Zoom) and a headset with microphone.

Workshop leader

Andreas Jemstedt, PhD. Department of Psychology and Centre for the Advancement of University Teaching


Register for an account at: https://chat.openai.com/chat

Bring your computer

Bring a past written exam from one of your courses or a colleague's course.


Rose, R. ChatGPT in Higher Education. Pressbooks

Mollick, E. R., & Mollick, L. (2022). New Modes of Learning Enabled by AI Chatbots: Three Methods and Assignments (SSRN Scholarly Paper No. 4300783).

Transformer, G. G. P., Thunström, A. O., & Steingrimsson, S. (2022). Can GPT-3 write an academic paper on itself, with minimal human input?

Eight dimensions of Academic Teachership


An opportunity to explore and develop academic teaching skills that falls under category 4. Examiner and also category 5. Course designer

The workshop offers tools and ideas for a professional approach to assessment, evaluation, and to creating and developing courses


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CeUL offers workshops for all teachers at Stockholm University on a variety of teaching and learning topics. They are designed to meet the needs of both seasoned professionals and newcomers. Each session offers the opportunity to discuss shared experiences and knowledge with colleagues.


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Book your place in good time, as places are limited. Participation is free of charge.

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