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Using Generative AI in Research

This Research Guide provides information on the use of Generative AI in academic papers and research, and provides guidance on the ethical use of Generative AI in an academic setting.

Teaching with Generative AI: Resources for Instructors

AI Tools for Course Design
This resource provides a brief introduction to AI text, image, and music generators and how they can be used as powerful teaching tools to advance student learning.
USC Center for Teaching and Excellence

 

AI tools for Student Assignments
This resource provides a brief introduction to AI generators and considerations and examples of how these tools can be incorporated into assignments to advance student learning.
USC Center for Teaching and Excellence

 

Instructor Guidelines for Student Use of Generative Artificial Intelligence for Academic Work
Committee on Information Services - USC Academic Senate – Provost Joint Committee
February 13, 2023

 

Information Literacy Outcomes for Undergraduates
USC Libraries

Resources from USC and other Institutions

Web Resources:

AI GENERATORS IN THE NEWS. USC Center for Teaching and Excellence.

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) TOOLS AND ACADEMIC USE: Research Guide created by Michelle Brasseur at UCLA Library

The Use of Generative Artificial Intelligence in Teaching and Learning: Guidance for Instructors. UCLA Center for the Advancement of Teaching


Articles:

The Challenges and Opportunities of AI-Assisted Writing: Developing AI Literacy for the AI Age.
Cardon, P., Fleischmann, C., Aritz, J., Logemann, M., & Heidewald, J. (2023). The Challenges and Opportunities of AI-Assisted Writing: Developing AI Literacy for the AI Age. Business and Professional Communication Quarterly0(0). https://doi-org.libproxy2.usc.edu/10.1177/23294906231176517

Resources for Librarians

Hall B, McKee J. An early or somewhat late ChatGPT guide for librarians. Journal of business & finance librarianship. 2024;29(1):58-69. doi:10.1080/08963568.2024.2303944

Amy B. James, Ellen Hampton Filgo. Where does ChatGPT fit into the Framework for Information Literacy? The possibilities and problems of AI in library instruction.

Purdue University: Algorithmic Literacy

Evaluating AI Literacy in Academic Libraries: A Survey Study with a Focus on U.S. Employees
Leo S. Lo University of New Mexico, College of University Libraries and Learning Services (CULLS), leolo@unm.edu

Algorithmic Awareness Toolkit: Teaching Algorithmic Literacy in Academic Libraries and Beyond