FREE WEBINAR: Considering Generative Artificial Intelligence Citation across Learning and Research

Learn more about citing AI and using it ethically

On the heels of our very successful first webinar on AI prompt engineering, LibTech Insights is excited to announce its upcoming webinar, “Ethical and Productive: Considering Generative Artificial Intelligence Citation Across Learning and Research.” This webinar begins with a hands-on question for librarians and information workers—how do you cite generative AI materials?—and uses it as a gateway for considering the ethical use of AI in research and learning within higher educational settings.

Kari D. Weaver and R. Antonio Muñoz Gómez, two librarians out of the University of Waterloo, paved the way for thinking about these issues by developing the first citation guide for generative AI. (Check out our interview with them.) In this webinar, they will bring their thought and expertise to bear on this issue again to help us

  • Consider the process and experience of creating citation and annotated resources to address varied facets of generative AI use in the classroom
  • Understand how campus contexts and considerations can influence and help scope librarian engagement with generative AI
  • Explore nuance and ethical uses of generative AI in the higher education context
  • Discover citation resources to support students using generative AI in their learning

The webinar will also include a Q&A session between the audience and the presenters, so bring your questions!

The webinar will be held on Thursday, January 25, 2024, at 2 PM (EST). (By registering even if you can’t attend the live session, you will still receive the recording of the talk afterward.) For more about this session and to register, visit the webinar page.

Can’t wait to see you there!

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