(via Russell Michalak– Director of Library, Learning Center & Archives at Goldey-Beacom College)
The AI in Libraries Learning Circle, sponsored by the ACRL Leadership Discussion Group, is a small, peer-led group of academic librarians coming together to learn from each other and explore the impact of AI-generated content on education and libraries. Co-Led by Karim B. Boughida and me, our first meeting will be on Tuesday, May 23, at 1:00 PM CDT, via Zoom. It will provide a great opportunity for academic librarians to join a community of peers and explore this timely and important topic. A learning circle is a great way to learn new skills, explore new ideas, and connect with like-minded individuals who share your interests. The topic of the first meeting is “Adapting to the AI revolution: Exploring how faculty members, librarians, and educational institutions can adapt to the increasing prevalence of AI-generated content and leverage it for positive educational outcomes”.
Don’t miss out on this exciting chance to be a part of the AI in Libraries Learning Circle! Register now using this link.