Artificial Intelligence and Reference and User Services

CHICAGO- Register today for the six-week course titled “Artificial Intelligence in the Library: Its Application in Reference and User Services” scheduled to begin on Monday, April 12, 2021.

During this asynchronous course participants will learn about artificial intelligence, become familiar with its basic functionality, and identify ways artificial intelligence can be used in reference and user services. The course will utilize asynchronous discussions, one recorded synchronous meeting, readings and videos. The final course capstone will be in the implementation plan for using artificial intelligence in reference and user services.

This course is designed for all library staff who work with reference and user services. Course participants will learn about artificial intelligence, become familiar with its basic functionality, and identify ways artificial intelligence can be used in reference and user services.

The instructor Lauren Hays, PhD, MLS, is an Assistant Professor of Educational Technology at the University of Central Missouri where she teaches courses on educational technology leadership, emerging technologies, and research in educational technology.

Register here today!

Leave a Reply

Font Resize
Contrast