How wrong can it be? Analysis of ChatGPT’s capabilities in producing a scholarly reading list

I’ve just returned from the remarkable Workshop for Instruction in Library Use 2023 (WILU). These types of workshops never fail to ignite my enthusiasm and inspire my work in libraries. This year’s WILU was no exception. One session, in particular, stood out as the crowd favourite: “Imagining Instructional Practices in … Read more

ChatGPT: Clever, but not infallible

As I explored the capabilities of ChatGPT, I put it to the test by tasking it with generating an annotated bibliography entry for a well-known work, Paulo Freire’s “Pedagogy of the Oppressed“. To my surprise, it delivered a satisfactory entry in just 20 seconds. However, I decided to challenge ChatGPT … Read more