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RRLC Webinar: Generative AI in Libraries – Implications, Adaptations, and Ongoing Discussions

July 31 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT

This webinar brings together two library workers to share updates, implications, and ongoing discussions regarding generative artificial intelligence tools in libraries, especially in teaching, learning, and education. The talk will center on recent trends and research on generative AI in libraries and will provide insight on how library workers are adapting and understanding the implications of generative AI tools. In addition, there will be a discussion on ethical approaches to use of AI in an educational setting. Bring your questions and ideas to this virtual forum!

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify and understand generative AI tools and its impact on libraries, especially on ethical considerations such as copyright issues
  • Develop ideas to engage with your community to discuss generative AI matters
  • Develop the ability to evaluate the implications of generative AI in libraries, especially on teaching, learning, and education

Presenters: Raymond Pun (he/him) is the academic and research librarian at the Alder Graduate School of Education, a teacher residency program in California. Dr. Leo S. Lo (he/him) joined the University of New Mexico as Dean and Professor of the College of University Libraries and Learning Services (CULLS) in September 2021.

Free to RRLC & ESLN Members. This webinar will be held on Zoom Webinar; registration is required.

Live transcription will be available. We are committed to offering inclusive, diverse, and equitable services to all of our members. To request specific accommodations, please contact rrlc@rrlc.org at least five business days ahead of the program you’d like accommodations for.

If you have any questions, please contact Tina Broomfield at cbroomfield@rrlc.org.

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