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Using generative AI to help you learn

In this sprint, we will give you some suggestions as to some of the brilliant ways that you can use AI tools throughout your university journey. We will also include some guidance as well as some case studies that demonstrate the risks of using AI indiscriminately. Our general rule is:

Use AI to improve, not do.


Summarise Information

Have you ever felt a bit intimidated by the size of your reading list? Or perhaps just a bit unsure if a particular text is going to be helpful? This is where AI tools can help. Copilot can produce a summary of an article that you open on your web browser for you to help you pick out the bits that you need.

Design presentations

Countless tools available online promise to create your presentation for you using AI. However, be aware that you may have to pay for some of these.

The good news is that many different software applications you may already be familiar with are now integrating with AI tools too – like Microsoft PowerPoint!

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Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts. Separated they live in Bookmarksgrove right at the coast of the Semantics, a large language ocean.

How is AI being used in Education today?

Source: AI in Education Microsoft Study (Nov 2023)

How have you been using generative for learning? Share your ideas using this Menti.

Remember that other resources are available to help with your studies, so you don’t need to rely on generative AI. It’s just one tool in your toolbox! Manchester Met has loads of options for getting help with your studies. The following pages are a good place to start: