Flirting with AI: Spend Some Interactive Time Exploring New Apps and Tools for Research
Do you feel exhausted or not enough time to explore the newest AI tools for research or to make your life easier? From developing a research question to finding key articles for a literature, different AI tools can be used to make the process more efficient and effective. Do you need seed articles for research topic? Do want to make sure that none of your references have been retracted? Are you looking for a generative AI tool that will give you actual versus hallucinated citations? Let’s head into the winter break with new tools to play with. This interactive talk will allow participants time to follow along as we speed date our way to going beyond Chat GPT.
Denice started at the Z. Smith Reynolds Library in March 2019. She received her BS and MS in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) and graduated with her MLIS from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) in 2019. In between Electrical Engineering and Library Science, Denice picked up an Associates in Culinary Arts from Le Cordon Bleu Scottsdale. She is a member of the American Library Association (ALA), the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL), the North Carolina Library Association (NCLA), and the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). Denice’s research interests are the digital information literacy skills of incoming freshmen, mentoring for BIPOC early career librarians, as well as the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI), data science, and information literacy.
Hosted by the ASERL Professional Development Committee