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Blog Tag: Generative AI on JSTOR

June 25, 2024

Generative AI on JSTOR: What we’re learning from early usage, real-world applications, and user feedback

By Kevin Guthrie, President, ITHAKA and Beth LaPensee, Senior Product Manager, ITHAKA
We are actively learning from usage, real-world applications, and user feedback in a limited beta environment to build out capabilities thoughtfully, intentionally, incrementally, and most importantly–based on evidence. This blog post delves into the rationale, construction, and current functionality of JSTOR’s beta generative AI tool, as well as the key themes and insights that have emerged from our analysis of its usage.

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June 5, 2024

Empowering educators, engaging students: How one teacher used JSTOR’s GenAI research tool to boost student engagement, teach key skills, and streamline workflows

By Morgan Godvin, Content and Community Engagement Manager, ITHAKA
Discover how Sarah Kiyak, a teacher at Alexandria High School in Virginia, leveraged JSTOR's generative AI tool to enhance student engagement, foster research skills, and streamline workflows in her classroom.

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March 22, 2024

From Berkeley to beta: How students helped bring generative AI to JSTOR

By Diba Kaya, Senior User Researcher, ITHAKA
Discover how researchers and students explore the usage of ChatGPT in generative AI. Learn how this collaboration led to JSTOR's AI tool development and improved search features tailored for students' needs, reflecting ITHAKA's community-driven ethos and commitment to expanding knowledge access.

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August 14, 2023

Approaching generative AI together

By Kevin Guthrie, President, ITHAKA
Despite these concerns, and in some ways because of them, we are collaborating closely with our community of librarians, faculty, researchers, and students to address the numerous existential questions, institutional concerns, and practical considerations introduced by use of generative AI in education. We are great believers in learning both through careful research and through action, and so I want to introduce you to some of the work we have underway.

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