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Library Emerging Technology Talk Series – Generative AI - Mistrust and Verify

Join us as we delve into the complexities of generative AI, exploring the challenges of discerning reliable content and distinguishing between genuine and misleading information. Uncover…

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IFLA WLIC 2023 North America Virtual Hub - Session 3: Internationalizing the LIS Curriculum

IFLA WLIC 2023 North America Virtual Hub - Session 3: Internationalizing the LIS Curriculum. Additional information on our website. Wednesday, August 23, 2023; 12:00-1:15pm Chicago/7:00-8:15pm…

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Library Emerging Technology Talk Series – Generative AI - Image creation, copyright, and understanding your rights

You've asked an AI generator to create a cat portrait in the style of Picasso, now what? Although sampling the work of others has been a natural part of image creation since humans have…

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LEITC Talk Series – Generative AI: Impact on the Library

What are the implications of Generative AI technologies for the mission of the library and its services in support of the research and learning mission in higher education? In this session, we…

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LEITC Talk Series – What is Generative AI?

The current state of generative AI is changing by the day and while it has already had a profound effect on the future of technology and many other industries it will almost certainly not lead to…

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EXT MarCom Ask the Extension Librarian

Meet Janis Shearer, the University of Illinois librarian tasked with collating historical Extension publications and documents for the university's library.

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Cultural Memory in the Star Wars Universe | May 6, 2021

Stephanie Halmhofer, Alex Fitzpatrick | "There is Power in the Past: The Politicization of Archaeology and Heritage in the Star Wars Universe"Owen Morawitz & Nick van Buuren |…

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Becoming a Trans Inclusive Library | Classifying Trans People with K. R. Roberto

K.R. Roberto is a trans library researcher and former academic librarian who specialized in cataloging and serials management. He has completed the requirements for the PhD in Library and Information…

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Adventures in Online Programming- Ihssen

iSchool Student Showcase talk by Clarissa Ihssen about online programming during Covid-19

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"International Librarianship Discussion with Clara M. Chu" hosted by the ALA@UIUC student chapter

18 March 2021 International Librarianship Discussion with Clara Chu Moderated by Nathan Sonnenschein, co-chair of the International Committee of the ALA student chapter at UIUC and Sylvia…

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iSchool Faculty Research Profiles: Professor Ted Underwood

iSchool Professor Ted Underwood explains how he uses digital libraries and data science methods in his research to delve deeper into previously unexplored topics within the digital humanities.

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iSchool Faculty Research Profiles: Assistant Professor Emily Knox

iSchool Assistant Professor Emily Knox discusses how her interest in banned books led to her research in intellectual freedom and censorship.

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Joe Kraus Oral History

Joe Kraus came to the UI Library School in fall of 1938, but his education was suspended after Pearl Harbor in late 1941. After being drafted, he served as a teacher in the Officer Candidate…

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Dena Epstein Oral History

Dena Julia Polacheck Epstein was a graduate student in the library school during the late 1930s. Epstein remembers working in the library and doing research on the music publishing industry in…

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Found in a Book: Making the Most of Your Library 2 - Digital Surrogates from the Library Audiovisual Presentations, Series 18/18/33

Digital Surrogates from the Library Audiovisual Presentations, Series 18/18/33 Found in a Book: Making the Most of Your Library 2 Part II of a two-reel silent film, "Found in a Book: Making…

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Found in a Book: Making the Most of Your Library 1 - Digital Surrogates from the Library Audiovisual Presentations, Series 18/18/33

Digital Surrogates from the Library Audiovisual Presentations, Series 18/18/33 Found in a Book: Making the Most of Your Library 1 Part I of a two-reel silent film, "Found in a Book: Making…

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Name Issues in Genealogy: Problems and Opportunities

Instructor Nicole Wedemeyer Miller explains why name variants occur in historical documents and their finding aids, and how names and naming patterns can yield genealogical information.

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Carol Tilley: Comic Book Crusader

Carol Tilley, a professor in the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at Illinois, has become a rock star in the comic book world. She champions the use of comic books in classrooms and…

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Illinois Innovators: The Women Who Went West

The incredible history of Illinois' Graduate School of Library and Information Science. Under the leadership of the school's first dean, Katharine Sharp, GSLIS sent the first librarians to…

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Come to GSLIS at Illinois!

Why should you attend the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at The University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign? This video explains.

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