1st Edition

Empowering Digital Education with ChatGPT From Theoretical to Practical Applications

Edited By Mohamed Lahby Copyright 2025
    300 Pages 48 B/W Illustrations
    by Chapman & Hall

    Recently, there has been a significant increase in the development and interest in applying generative AI across various domains, including education. The emergence of large language models (LLMs,) such as the ChatGPT tool, fuelled by advancements in Generative AI, is profoundly reshaping education. The use of the ChatGPT tool offers personalized support, improves accessibility, and introduces innovative methods for students and educators to engage with information and learning materials. Furthermore, ChatGPT facilitates a wide range of language learning services, including language instruction, speech recognition, pronunciation feedback, and immersive virtual simulations for hands-on learning experiences.

    This book explores the transformative potential of the ChatGPT tool within education, shedding light on the opportunities that arise through the integration of the ChatGPT tool into various aspects of the learning process. It serves as a platform for the community to share cutting-edge research ideas concerning the use of the ChatGPT tool in digital education. Readers will discover how the ChatGPT tool can enhance student engagement, foster personalized learning experiences, facilitate intelligent tutoring systems, support virtual classroom interactions, and revolutionize assessment and feedback mechanisms.



    Chapter 1

    Navigating the Academic Landscape with ChatGPT: A Comprehensive Exploration of Usage and Engagement among Undergraduates, Graduates, and Faculty Members at The University of Kansas

    Luke Parker, Alice Karakas, Steven White and Doug Ward


    Chapter 2

    The Shift to Artificial Intelligence (ChatGPT) and Emerging Technologies in Education: A Review on Dominant Issues

    Kingsley Ofosu-Ampong

    Emmanuel Atebawone

    Abdulsalam Salihu Mustapha

    Anthony Koomson


    Chapter 3

    Students’ Perceptions and Use of ChatGPT in Scientific Writing

    Joris van Bohemen and Steffi Haag


    Chapter 4

    Mapping ChatGPT in Education Research: Bibliographic Coupling and Co-Citation Analyses

    Conflicts of interest/Competing interests

    Dr. Luc Phan


    Chapter 5

    Do social influence and initial experience of ChatGPT matter for students' retention at Higher Education Institutions? The direct and indirect relationships investigation.

    Hue Minh Nguyen

    Ngoc Bich Do

    Hai-Ninh Do


    Chapter 6

    Comparative thematic abstraction of scholars’ perspectives on ChatGPT using Doc2Vec/Cosine quantitative measure of similarity

    Taiwo O. Olaleye
    Bello Abosede
    Oluwasefunmi T. Arogundade
    Temitope Elizabeth Ogunbiyi
    Wilson C. Ahiara
    Babajide David Aderounmu
    Segun Akintunde


    Chapter 7

    ChatGPT for Personalized Learning in Higher Education

    Cristina DUMITRU


    Chapter 8

    Analysis for Usage of ChatGPT by Students in Academic Contexts

    Dr. Farhana Kausar

    Dr. Devi Kannan

    Goutam R


    Chapter 9


    Rubén González Vallejo


    Chapter 10

    Using ChatGPT to Prepare for Your Dream Job? Unlocking the Potential of AI for Personalized Curriculum Planning

    Leonie Rebecca Freise

    Eva Ritz


    Chapter 11

    Using ChatGPT as a virtual assistant in the design studio

    Mr Brett Fyfield

    Dr Zoe Mellick
    Dr Daniel L R Cook
    Dr Christoph Koch
    Dr Tim Williams


    Chapter 12

    Enhancing Academic Guidance with AI: Investigating the Present Capabilities and Future Prospects of ChatGPT in Empowering Students

    Azza Ali Abdullah Al Zakwani

    Dissanayake Mudiyanselage Thuwarakesh

    Muhammad Khuram Khalil



    Chapter 13

    ChatGPT and Active Learning: A New Paradigm for Student Participation in the Classroom



    Mahyudin Ritonga

    Ali Said Al-Matari


    Chapter 14

    Hybrid Learning Dynamics: A Comparative Study of Traditional, ChatGPT-Driven, and Hybrid Educational Strategies

    Said Benlakhdar

    Karim lkamel

    Mohammed Rziza

    Rachid Oulad Haj Thami


    Chapter 15

    OpenAI ChatGPT and Biased Information in Higher Education

    Michael J. O’Brien

    Izzat Alsmadi

    R. Alexander Bentley

    Milan Tuba


    Chapter 16

    Mediating ChatGPT: the Ethics of Authority in Higher Education

    Brian Sutherland


    Chapter 17

    The Potential of GPT in Education: Opportunities, Limitations, and Recommendations for Adaptive Learning

    Wirda Ningsih

    Mohamed Lahby


    Chapter 18

    Beyond AI Generated Essays: Engaging Students in Collaborative Decision- Making Processes in Management Education.

    Karim Darban

    Smail Kabbaj

    Mostafa El Jai


    Mohamed Lahby is Associate Professor at the Higher Normal School (ENS) University Hassan II of Casablanca, Morocco. He received a PhD in Computer Science from the University Hassan II of Casablanca, in 2013. His research interests are smart cities and machine learning. He has published more than 50 papers and he has edited more than 10 books. He is a Senior Member of IEEE and Director of Laboratory of Applied Mathematics and Computer Sciences, Higher Normal School Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco.