STUDENTS' PERCEPTIONS OF CHATGPT'S USE IN HIGHER EDUCATION

Annamaria Di Grassi, Arianna Beri, Laura Sara Agrati

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This contribution examines the use of ChatGPT in higher education as a teaching tool, focusing on the perceptions of university students. The scarcity of studies available in the literature motivated the selection of the 12 most recent and authoritative studies by conducting a literature review. The findings indicate a general positive view on the part of the students, some ethical concerns and, with respect to the disposition towards the tool, the presence of a possible cultural factor.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32043/gsd.v8i3.1162

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