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Generative Artificial Intelligence in Teaching, Learning and Assessment

The University of Liverpool is currently exploring the potential impact of Generative Artificial Intelligence (GAI), including apps such as OpenAI’s ‘ChatGPT’ among others, on teaching, learning and assessment, and already has a number of resources and events to explore and use.

Generative AI has the potential to be transformative in the context of pedagogic practice that takes place across Higher Education. Liverpool are exploring both the opportunities afforded by such technologies and mitigating the potential dangers that established teaching, learning and assessment practices might face as the technology becomes more and more embedded in wider society.

This page will be regularly updated with links to new resources, policies and guidance on effectively using Generative AI in the context of teaching, learning and assessment, and also will contain information on upcoming events that the University is hosting dedicated to exploring this technology. CIE has worked with colleagues from all across the University to produce this content:

The Library also has a number of useful resources directed at students with questions on the use of Generative AI in their studies. This includes:

CIE also currently convene the Generative AI Network (GAIN) for educational institutions and academics to share policy, ideas, resources and good practice on Generative AI in education. If you are interested in joining GAIN, please contact

Many of our guides, resources and events are open to everybody to view and attend, and we are always open to conversations about our approach.

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