Artificial intelligence (AI) tools have been generating interest and media coverage recently, especially over the past few months with the widespread release of OpenAI's ChatGPT. How do we work with faculty to create writing and research assignments that encourage our students to critically engage with information? How can we harness these tools to create deeper learning, instead of futilely trying to outright ban their use? How should librarians and other teaching faculty approach information literacy and when these AI tools are becoming more commonplace?
These questions serve as the springboard for investigation in Harnessing Pandora's box: At the Intersection of Information Literacy and AI. Four librarians from Miami University will discuss potential lesson plans in a variety of disciplines that use ChatGPT to teach the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy and the ACRL Framework for Visual Literacy in Higher Education.
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