Activity

AI Literacy Workshop: Evaluation and Detection Tools

Texas Tech University Library’s AI Literacy workshop series developed weekly for spring 2024. Included here are materials related to part 2. This resource can be used as a general starting point for evaluating generative AI.Additionally, the workshop utilizes Padlet to facilitate discussion for active learning. Sessions can be held online, in-person, or hybrid. These sessions are also for broad appeal, and included faculty, staff, graduate students, and undergraduate students in attendance. The Padlets for this session included an evaluative Jeopardy-like game where participants could rate whether they felt a piece of media (text or image) was AI generated or "real," ie, human-made.Learning objectives for this session included:Utilize AI detection tools for their courses.Understand current Texas Tech policies related to AI use in the classroom and within research.Understand other ways of evaluating AI created materials. This resource drew on different aspects within the ACRL Framework, including Searching as Strategic Exploration.Included in the documentation is an outline with discussion questions. There are no slides for this workshop. 

Resource Type(s):

Discipline(s): 
Interdisciplinary

Type of Institution:

License Assigned: 
CC Attribution-NoDerivs License CC-BY-ND

AI Literacy Workshop: Overview and Criticial Examination

Texas Tech University Library’s AI Literacy workshop series developed weekly for spring 2024. Included here are materials related to part 1. This resource can be used as a general starting point for introducing and understanding the technology. Additionally, the workshop utilizes Padlet to facilitate discussion for active learning in a hybrid setting. Sessions can be held online, in-person, or hybrid. These sessions are also for broad appeal, and included faculty, staff, graduate students, and undergraduate students in attendance.Learning objectives for this session included:Understand what generative AI is.Understand the background of generative AI in higher education.Understand the biases and other problems inherent in AI systems.This resource drew on many different aspects within the ACRL Framework.Included in the documentation is an outline with discussion questions and slides. 

Information Literacy Frame(s) Addressed:

Discipline(s): 
Interdisciplinary

Type of Institution:

License Assigned: 
CC Attribution-NonCommercial License CC-BY-NC

Hidden Layer: Intellectual Privacy and Generative AI

The Hidden Layer Workshop introduces key generative AI (genAI) concepts through a privacy lens. Participants probe the possibilities and limitations of genAI while considering implications for intellectual privacy, intellectual property, data sovereignty, and human agency. An original PROMPT Design Framework and worksheet guide participants through the iterative process of prompting generative AI to optimize output by specifying Persona, Requirements, Organization, Medium, Purpose, and Tone. In the centerpiece activity, participants engage in a hidden layer simulation to develop a conceptual understanding of the algorithms in the neural networks underlying LLMs and their implications for machine bias and AI hallucination. Drawing on Richards’s theory of intellectual privacy (2015) and the movement for data sovereignty, and introducing an original framework for the ethical evaluation of AI, Hidden Layer prepares participants to be critical users of genAI and synthetic media.The workshop is designed for a 60-minute session, but can be extended to fill the time available.Includes workshop guide, presentation slides, learning activities, and assessment instrument.

Information Literacy Frame(s) Addressed:

License Assigned: 
CC Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License CC-BY-NC-SA

I Have a Story to Tell: Information Literacy and Testimonio Writing

The worksheet, activity, slides, and library instruction session outline for this assignment are a methodology for integrating information literacy and library research into testimonio writing in a first-year undergraduate Introduction to Higher Education (IHE) course in the College of Education at California State University, Los Angeles. In the testimonio, students reflect upon and write about their educational experiences while integrating academic sources into their work.
Discipline(s): 
EducationEthnic Studies

Type of Institution:

License Assigned: 
CC Attribution-NonCommercial License CC-BY-NC

Self-directed Exercises for Business Consulting with Market Research

This guide can be used together with the Strategy for Business Consulting with Market Research. It guides students to go through several library databases to find consumer reports, market research handbook, industry reports, customer profiles, and competitor profiles with heatmap visualizations.

Information Literacy Frame(s) Addressed:

Discipline(s): 
Business
License Assigned: 
All Rights Reserved

Self-directed Exercises for Researching a Public Company

It can be used together with the Strategy for Researching a Public Company. The worksheet takes students to explore several library databases to find company profiles, swot analysis, industry reports and articles.

Information Literacy Frame(s) Addressed:

Discipline(s): 
Business
License Assigned: 
All Rights Reserved

Self-directed Research Exercises for Debated Finance Topics

A self-directed research exercise worksheet that guide students to explore several library databases and find different perspectives on a particular detable finance-related topics given by the instructor.

Information Literacy Frame(s) Addressed:

Discipline(s): 
Business
License Assigned: 
CC Attribution License CC-BY

Self-directed Research Exercises for Finding Statistics and Data

It can be used together with the Strategy for Finding Statistics and Data to enhanced students' self-directed learning. The exercise intended to address the faculty's challenge in guiding students to find a good data research topic. It can be adapted based on your specific instruction needs.

Information Literacy Frame(s) Addressed:

Discipline(s): 
Business
License Assigned: 
CC Attribution License CC-BY

5 W's Concept Map for Brainstorming (English and Spanish)

Graphic organizer that takes students through the 5 W's (Who What Where When Why). Includes prompt questions. 

Information Literacy Frame(s) Addressed:

Discipline(s): 
Multidisciplinary
License Assigned: 
CC Attribution-NonCommercial License CC-BY-NC

Harnessing Pandora's Box: At the Intersection of Information Literacy and AI

A group of four librarians from varied disciplinary backgrounds came together to examine issues of artificial intelligence and large language models. We are of the opinion that Pandora's box has been opened. Students will use ChatGPT, so it is important that we engage our students to promote a deeper learning and awareness of this technology and its limitations. As a result, we participated in a semester-long ChatGPT workshop sponsored by our institution's writing center. We explored various aspects of generative pre-trained transformers (GPTs), particularly where it intersects with information literacy, visual literacy, digital literacy, and privacy literacy. We created learning activities closely tied to learning outcomes derived from the Association of College and Research Libraries’ (ACRL) Information Literacy Framework and ACRL's Framework for Visual Literacy in Higher Education. Each centers on a frame and contains an overview of the information or visual literacy issue as it relates to ChatGPT or AI tools. We designed each with customizations appropriate for the different approaches taken in humanities, social sciences, and science courses.
License Assigned: 
CC Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License CC-BY-NC-SA

Pages