ASLA February Webinar 2023 - Rise of AI generated content; the pedagogical, ethical, legal and practical implications for school libraries, teachers, and students. Presented by Luke Low, Diane Lewis and Shaun Price from Padua College, Victoria

$20.00 - Member price
    View cart


AI generative technologies are a new and exciting set of tools that uses artificial intelligence to create new content or ideas. The presentation will cover the following topics: ● Overview of AI generative technologies, its limitations, the implications to classroom practice and the changing face information retrieval. ● AI and plagiarism, a proposed framework to address the rapidly changing environment of academic honesty. ● Why students may choose to use this technology to cheat, legal implications and the impact to the community as a whole. ● Exploration of the production workflow to create a children's books that was 100% written and illustrated by AI generative tools Luke Low, Diane Lewis and Shaun Price from Padua College explore new ways to use technology and resources in a information science context to better serve their students, teachers and wider communities including but limited to: ● Establishing a project with Vision Australia that involves high school student creating bespoke audiobooks for visually impaired children to use whilst they learn braille ● Exploration of the Australian Copyright Act that enables schools to produce inhouse previously inaccessible audiobooks for student with print based disabilities ● Implementation of virtual reality in a library context ● Computer programs that AITSL Teaching Standards: 2.6, 3.4, 4.5, 7.1, 7.2 PLEASE NOTE: This counts as Teacher Identified professional learning with NESA and TQI and is NOT accredited. Target audience: Secondary teachers, Teacher librarians, ICT Support staff

Connect with us

Australian School Library Association, Inc. | 416 Magill Rd, Kensington Gardens SA 5068 | AUSTRALIA | email: asla@asla.org.au | tel. 0439 358 607 / +61 439 358 607

ABN: 13 949 313 604
ARBN: 141 262 866

ASLA acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software