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