More on AI and Writing Assignments: Equity Unbound Workshop

Indeed it is the year (or perhaps month) of feverish educator interest in AI (see what we have been tracking here)-- here is one more that should be on interest to those trying to unpack the implications of ChatGPT (and it’s kin) mean for writing assignments.

Equity Unbound Workshop: How well does #ChatGPT (or any AI tool) do on our writing assignments? How do we adapt? #openai

Are you wondering how well AI tools like ChatGPT can generate text in response to the writing assignments you give? Could or should you adapt your prompts to prevent students from using ChatGPT and missing out on learning? How can revising prompts to encourage intrinsic motivation help? Would you do something else altogether?

Join Anna Mills @annarmills and me (Maha Bali @mahabali ) for a workshop where we experiment with different variations of academic writing prompts, trying them on the AI text generator ChatGPT.

This is more than talking about AI this is a hands on workshop - there is a shared Google Doc to, before the workshop, add a writing assignment prompt that be explored, tested modified in the workshop to modify them to be more effective in the light of AI writing tools being available.

When: (your local time): 2023-01-25T17:00:00Z2023-01-25T18:30:00Z
Sign up: Register for the free workshop.

Even if you cannot attend, check out the workshop post for some key resources.

If you missed this session… you missed out! Recording is available

For more:

Please give us feedback here: Equity Unbound 2023 - 2 Minute Paper

Slide deck is here: Equity Unbound Workshop AI & Writing Jan 25 Anna and Maha - Google Slides

[curated links](Equity Unbound AI & Writing with Anna and Maha - Resources from the chat - Google Docs), and another set of chat/links)

If you are interested in participating in future research, writing, etc. please fill this form:

Google doc where we were putting the prompts (feel free to continue interacting there!)

Slido data