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FULLY BOOKED/WAITING LIST ChatGPT and other AI tools are in the spotlight. Curricula are being adapted to be “ChatGPT-proof,” and we are being flooded with useful AI tools. These are not only useful, but also raise questions about ethics and the consequences for student learning. In this workshop you will work with various AI tools that can be used in literature research, such as ChatGPT, Elicit, Perplexity and Semantic Scholar. You will learn how you and your students can use these tools effectively, and there will be room for discussion about the benefits and risks of using them.
Event details of Beyond ChatGPT: AI tools in literature review
31 January 2024
11:00 -12:20

After completing this workshop, you are able to: 

  • apply various AI tools in searching for literature and research materials

  • effectively formulate prompts to obtain the right information

  • make a well-considered assessment of the ethical use of AI tools in education

The workshop consists of a demonstration, a number of practical exercises and a discussion about the possibilities and risks of AI tools. 

Workshop instructors: Kim Dibbets and Harrie van der Meer

This workshop is part of the Library Academy. Teachers and support staff can participate in workshops from Monday January 29 to Wednesday January 31, 2024 at the Libraries of the University of Amsterdam, the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, and the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

Registration for the workshops of the Library Academy 2024 has closed.

University Library

Room Potgieterzaal
Singel 425
1012 WP Amsterdam