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Videos on GAI in education

On this page, you can deepen your knowledge about generative AI tools through a number of videos created by teachers and researchers at Lund University. The videos are in english. All videos are recorded in March 2023. New videos will be published soon.


How can teachers think about GAI tools? (15 minutes)

Elin Bommenel discusses the possibilities and challenges of generative AI tools in education and how you, as a teacher, can approach them.

How do GAI tools work? (19 minutes)

Steve Dahlskog explains what a Large Language Model (LLM) is, what's new with LLM-based tools like ChatGPT,, and, and what the Dunning-Kruger effect can do to students' understanding of them.

Why do students cheat? Why do students cheat? (18 minutes)

Elin Bommenel summarizes research on who cheats, how many of them do it, and why they do it, as well as shares pedagogical ways to discourage cheating.

Expert commentary on ChatGPT (7 minutes)

Björn Svensson from the School of Economics discusses the challenges and opportunities with ChatGPT and explains how he has implemented the use of AI-based tools in computer science education.

Ethical issues about GAI tools in education (8 minutes)

Rachel Forsyth summarizes some of the ethical challenges with GAI tools in education.

Correction: The video of Steve Dahlskog mentioned can be found further up on this page.

Take-home exams and GAI tools (7 minutes)

Many teachers are concerned about the use of ChatGPT and other AI tools during take-home exams. There is no simple solution, but in this video, Rachel Forsyth provides some tips on how to handle take-home exams in the age of GAI.

Guide from Griffith Business School –

Correction: The video of Steve Dahlskog mentioned can be found further up on this page.

Is ChatGPT an academic source? (17 minutes)

Fredrik Eriksson from the Libraries at the Faculty of Humanities and Theology discusses ChatGPT as an academic source and outlines what a reference to ChatGPT might look like.

Photo of staff member Rachel Forsyth.

Contact us

Do you have questions about GAI-tools? 
Email Rachel Forsyth: digital [at] education [dot] lu [dot] se (digital[at]education[dot]lu[dot]se)