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Calling all MIT writers! Ever wondered about the impact of AI chatbots like ChatGPT on your writing process? Here’s your chance to weigh in! 

MIT’s Writing and Communication Center (WCC) is conducting an anonymous IRB-approved 10-minute survey to help us understand the role ChatGPT and other generative AI chatbots play for MIT community members in their work on writing and communication projects. After completing the survey, you can enter a raffle for a chance to win one of forty $25 Amazon gift cards. Your survey entry will not be linked to your raffle entry.

The survey is now accepting responses

Thank you in advance for your help! For questions about the survey, please contact Elena Kallestinova at ek007@mit.edu.


MIT Writing and Communication Center (WCC) provides free individual coaching in oral and written communication, offers free consultations to help MIT students and scholars with projects at any stage, as well as addresses concerns related to the writing process and public speaking.

To set up your meeting, follow these steps:

  1. Register for a WCOnline account by filling out a form on this page.
  2. Schedule a WCC appointment: log in, click on the available time in the schedule, and fill out the appointment form.
  3. We offer in-person and online sessions: choose the mode that works the best for you.
  4. You can book up to two sessions per week: if you need more sessions per week, you can ask the writing specialist during your second appointment.
  5. Join your session by Zoom using the link in your appointment or come in person to building E18-233, at 50 Ames St.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

MIT Writing and Communication Center Team


You can help us a lot if you update your account information when the WCOnline system prompts you to do so once every semester. Please make sure to SAVE your changed settings; otherwise, the WCOnline will ask you to do this again until you save all required fields. Thank you!