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Information Ethical Considerations of Generative AI: Research, Teaching & Learning

Learn more about Generative AI and its use in research, teaching and learning and the ethical considerations surrounding it.

After completion of this webinar the participants will:

  • have a better understanding of what generative AI is
  • have a better understanding of what Information Ethics is
  • be aware of the IE implications of Generative AI
  • be able to use some generative AI platforms in Research
  • be able to use some generative AI platforms in Teaching and Learning.


Prof. Holmner obtained a BA degree from the University of Pretoria in 1995, and a BA (Hons) in Information Science (Cum Laude) in 1997. This was followed in 1999 by an MA in Information Science (Cum Laude) from the same institution. Prof. Holmner completed her D (Phil) in 2008 with the title: A Critical Analysis of Information and Knowledge Societies with specific reference to the interaction between local and global knowledge systems. Marlene is an Associate Professor in the Department of Information Science, at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. Marlene serves on the Information Technology for Development Editorial Board, and several other journal editorial boards. She is also active in ASIS&T, serving as an officer in 2021-2023 and a Steering Committee member of the African Center of Excellence in Information Ethics. Marlene publishes primarily in the areas of information ethics, information

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