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Scholarly use of A.I. tools

How to use generative A.I. tools like ChatGPT, Bing Search, DALL-E 2, and others in academic settings ethically and in accordance with standards of academic integrity. How to reference content created by them or with their assistance.

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Background & Purpose

Generative A.I. like ChatGPT presents both challenges and opportunities for academia and higher education. The speed at which this new information technology is evolving makes navigating the expanding landscape of Generative AI a challenging task.

This LibGuide aims to promote A.I. literacy in academic settings. In addition to an introductory overview of the basics of artificial intelligence, it contains a curated collection of AI-related information relevant to the UVic campus community.


What you can find on this LibGuide

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History  •  Concepts  •  Types  •  Terminology

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LTSI's AI Guidelines  •  Matrix Institute  •  UVic AI Club

Citing AI-Text   •   Referencing AI-Images 

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Download Templates for Slides on AI   •   Overview of AI-Policies in Scholarly Publishing

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