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24th June
to 26th June
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Engineering Language

24th June to 26th June
This course examines the practical uses of text-generative AI in critical and creative writing.

Throughout this project we will look at an overview of text-generative AI thinking through what Gen AI is, what options or paltforms are out there, which ones you can access through your enrolment at MMU, and which may be the best fit for you and your needs.

We will review ethical guidelines around the use of AI, and take note of the Man Met Uni approach to using AI, and what it means to take an “adaptive” approach to generative software in education.

Discussions and activities will explore ideas around metacognition, what this is and looks like, and why it is so important within the broader discussion of AI as a tool in university. Throughout this exploration we will examine how AI can be used as a way to break down barriers to learning, while balancing considerations of risk, and the necessity for the individual learner to be at the centre of everything AI-related. This process will include reflection and interaction, there will be no correct outcome or answer, rather an exploration and consideration of how you can use AI.


All this will lead to you outlining a way you can use AI in the future, appropriately and with real functionality. How can AI help you, and how can we tie in ethical standards and approaches to education while using AI?

Look forward to exploring this with you!

Associated Badges:

In A Nutshell...

  • Gain AI literacy... through hands-on practice with software such as ChatGPT and Copilot.
  • Reflect on the way you learn... through metacognitive analysis to create individual support systems with AI.
  • Break down barriers... by evaluating AI as a means for equal access to education.
  • Examine university policy... by engaging in discussion around ethical use of generative software in an adaptive landscape.
  • Discover efficiency... and re-conceptualise the role of the student.
  • Explore AI incorporative and resistant coursework... and what it means to use generative AI as a tool (not a crutch).
  • Earn up to 150 Rise points ... which can be recognised within your degree.


  • place 14:00 to 17:00 on 24/06/24 - Institute of Sport Building - room 1.06 - IT Laboratory
    Session ONE
    In person Workshop
  • place 14:00 to 17:00 on 26/06/24 - Institute of Sport Building - room 1.06 - IT Laboratory
    Session TWO
    In person workshop