201: AI in Education: From Panic to Purpose

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    Presenters: Jessica Breen (Program Director,Geospatial Research Support, University Library), Clarissa Ihssen (Assistant Librarian, University Library), Olivia Ivey (Associate Librarian, University Library) & Ashley Roccamo (Head of Digital Research and Inquiry Lab, University Library)

    Time: 11:55 AM – 12:45 PM

    Session Description

    In this session, library professionals explore AI’s role in academia, drawing from past digital shifts like Google and Wikipedia. Focusing on digital literacy and equitable AI access, we offer strategies for integrating AI in teaching. Attendees are encouraged to share their experiences and questions for a collaborative learning experience.

    Learning Outcomes

    • Gain practical strategies for using AI ethically and effectively in academic settings
    • Recognize potential biases and limitations within AI tools
    • Identify how to ensure equitable access to AI resources in classrooms, fostering inclusive learning environments

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