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This is an outline of a session created for the Texas Tech University for the AI Literacy at Lunchtime series, currently running during the spring 2024 semester. This session relies on a powerpoint presentation of Dr. Leo Lo's CLEAR framework and two Padlets:1. for sharing the prompts and generative outputs2. for the discussion questions listed.This session was approximately 1 hour long.This series is discussion based with undergraduates, graduates, faculty and staff participating in the session, but can be adapted.Learning Objectives for this session:Understand the basics of prompt...
Contributor: Erin Burns
Resource Type(s): Activity, Lesson Plan
Information Literacy Frame(s) Addressed: Framework as a Whole
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...
Contributor: Erin Burns
Resource Type(s): Activity, Lesson Plan
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...
Contributor: Erin Burns
Information Literacy Frame(s) Addressed: Framework as a Whole
This resource was designed as a jumping-off point for discussions between librarians and peer tutors who work outside of the library, specifically undergraduate subject-specific and writing tutors. Tutors are asked to examine ACRL framework by considering a learning objective and a brief related video. Videos were created by North Kentucky University's Steely Library. 
Contributor: Bria Sinnott
Resource Type(s): Assignment Prompt, Worksheet
Information Literacy Frame(s) Addressed: Framework as a Whole
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...
Information Literacy Frame(s) Addressed: Information Has Value
Vetting Sources:An exercise that teaches ChatGPT’s limitations. This exercise empowers students to verify the information AI generates, fostering responsible AI use.Ask ChatGPT to generate a list of 4 academic sources on a topic of your choice, and then evaluate the credibility and usability of those sources.Now answer:What is the topic you chose?What 4 citations were generated? (Paste the citations here)THEN complete the following:1. Are the citations actually real? Does such a journal/website/book exist? State which are not real and which are real. State whether any website used in a real...
Contributor: Stella Herzig
Resource Type(s): Assignment Prompt
Information Literacy Frame(s) Addressed: Information Has Value
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.
An infographic guide on strategies and resources for comprehensive market analysis and planning for local businesses. It was used to support experiential learning marketing research classes, which student groups work with individual small business clients. It can be used together with the self-directed exercise worksheet.
Contributor: Grace Liu
Information Literacy Frame(s) Addressed: Searching as Strategic Exploration, Framework as a Whole
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.
Contributor: Grace Liu
Information Literacy Frame(s) Addressed: Searching as Strategic Exploration, Framework as a Whole
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.
Contributor: Grace Liu
Information Literacy Frame(s) Addressed: Searching as Strategic Exploration, Framework as a Whole

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