AI/Emerging Technologies and Standards | Annual Meeting Marquette VIII/IX
May 16, 2024 09:00 AM - 09:45 AM(America/Chicago)
20240516T0900 20240516T0945 America/Chicago It’s a Bird, It’s a Brain, It’s Generative AI! How are academic libraries and research environments confronting artificial intelligence (AI)? Since ChatGPT was released to the public in late 2022, librarians, instructors, and higher education administrators have grappled with generative artificial intelligence (AI) and its implications for teaching, learning, research, and writing. Using "Diffusion of Innovation" as a theoretical framework, the audience will engage in discussion about how libraries and educators are using AI tools. We will discuss the variety of information management problems for which generative AI offers a solution. Finally, we will consider a spectrum of acceptable uses for generative AI. Drawn from a year spent discussing and using AI in an academic library setting, this session offers participants the opportunity to think about AI from practical and philosophical standpoints. Participants will not only gain knowledge about practical applications for AI, but more critically, they will be able to consider why they might embrace or resist it. Marquette VIII/IX Ex Libris Knowledge Days and ELUNA Events 2024 eluna-conf-planning@exlibrisusers.org
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How are academic libraries and research environments confronting artificial intelligence (AI)? Since ChatGPT was released to the public in late 2022, librarians, instructors, and higher education administrators have grappled with generative artificial intelligence (AI) and its implications for teaching, learning, research, and writing. Using "Diffusion of Innovation" as a theoretical framework, the audience will engage in discussion about how libraries and educators are using AI tools. We will discuss the variety of information management problems for which generative AI offers a solution. Finally, we will consider a spectrum of acceptable uses for generative AI. Drawn from a year spent discussing and using AI in an academic library setting, this session offers participants the opportunity to think about AI from practical and philosophical standpoints. Participants will not only gain knowledge about practical applications for AI, but more critically, they will be able to consider why they might embrace or resist it.
Alma, Primo
Develop a personal framework for adopting generative AI in library/information environments
Learn to evaluate the perspectives of AI users
Associate Director for Collections & Scholar Services
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University Of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
 Susan Garrison
Director of Access Services
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Rice University
 Christopher Lee
Resource Sharing Manager
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California State University, Office Of The Chancellor
 Erin Fletcher
Systems Librarian
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Santiago Canyon College
Mrs. Heather Spencer
Access Services Technology Coordinator
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University of Wisconsin - Parkside
It’s a Bird, It’s a Brain, It’s Generativ...
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