Incorporating ChatGPT into Course Design

Are you curious about how generative AI can transform teaching in a university setting? In this hands-on workshop, you’ll explore the capabilities of generative AI, understand its implications for teaching and student competencies, and learn strategies for integrating AI into your teaching practice. Whether you’re completely new to AI or have some experience, this workshop will provide you with the insights and tools you need to navigate this exciting intersection of education and technology.

Target group

This workshop is intended for university teachers across all disciplines. It is particularly relevant for those interested in innovative teaching methodologies and the use of technology in education.

Intended learning outcomes

After the workshop, you will be able to:

  • After the workshop you will be able to:
  • Understand the way generative AI systems challenge our current teaching-evaluation-competency ideas
  • Reflect critically on the pros and cons of integrating generative AI into teaching
  • Understand strategies for how to integrate generative AI in various ways and intensities
  • Reflect on changes in student competences in your own teaching situation given the advent of generative AI.


One full day workshop with optional preparatory material

Registration deadline

6th of October 2023


13 Oct 2023


9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Christian Hendriksen


Christian Hendriksen

Assistant Professor, Department of Operations Management Christian Hendriksen has written a lengthy guide on how to use ChatGPT and Bing in teaching and learning, and he is part of the advisory group on AI to the CBS Dean of Education. He has also published on the perspective of AI integration in supply chain management and has helped both universities and companies to integrate AI in their everyday operations.

Other Organizers

Thomas Rousing
Thomas Rousing