Artificial intelligence

Missing cardigan sleeves and half-finished zippers: Flipping the information evaluation script

In this article, Alison Hicks reflects on the growth of AI generated images and their implications in the world of authenticity and information literacy.  It’s taken me a long time to decide if I want to go here… but what the heck, let’s talk about the recent digitally enhanced royal photo. Rest assured that I […]

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Event report: Information Literacy and AI roundtable

On 20th March, the Information Literacy Group hosted an online roundtable discussion on information literacy and artificial intelligence (AI). Part of our commemoration of 50 years of information literacy in 2024, this event was a well-timed opportunity to reflect on AI as the latest, but certainly not the only, challenge to how we conceive of

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CONUL event: Defining ‘AI’ in Teaching & Learning: the role of libraries in Access and Inclusion; Academic Integrity; and Artificial Intelligence

The CONUL Teaching and Learning Committee invite you to attend their 2024 Annual Seminar! This year, the seminar is titled “Defining ‘AI’ in Teaching & Learning: the role of libraries in Access and Inclusion; Academic Integrity; and Artificial Intelligence” Friday 1st March 2024 9:30am–4pm Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland The seminar will look at

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AI in Higher Education: Recent news and resources

In this blog post, Laura Woods, Deputy Chair of the CILIP Information Literacy Group, gives a summary of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Higher Education, highlighting recent news on the topic and some useful resources. As the new term begins in higher education, all the conversations in the sector seem to be about generative AI and

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Improving information literacy in an algorithmic world

In this guest blog post, Christian Headley and Jesper Solheim Johansen, from  Keenious, the automatic online researcher tool, considers how to improve information literacy in an algorithmic world.  We’re grateful that Keenious are one of the sponsors of the LILAC 2022 conference. If you are attending the conference this year, do visit their stand in our

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