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AI (Artificial Intelligence) in Education: Finding Sources

This guide provides resources and research tools related to the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in higher education, including ethical considerations and pedagogical approaches related to the use of AI chat and image creation tools such ChatGPT, DALL-


Try experimenting with some of the following keywords to find information on artificial intelligence through the library and/or through and internet search engine:

  • ai
  • ai chat
  • ai chatbots
  • algorithms
  • algorithmic bias
  • artificial intelligence
  • autonomous systems
  • intelligent agents
  • intelligent systems
  • cognitive computing
  • computer vision
  • data mining
  • deep learning
  • machine learning
  • natural language processing
  • neural networks
  • predictive analytics

Finding Sources Through OneSearch

Use OneSearch to find print and online books, articles, and other types of sources. After you search, use the filters to limit your results by source type, date, and more.



For more search options go to Advanced Search.

Introduction to OneSearch

Watch the video below for an introduction to searching for books, articles, and more through the Luria Library's OneSearch.

Finding Sources Through Library Databases

Use library databases to find articles from periodicals (magazines, newspapers, and scholarly journals), as well as other types of sources. From off campus, you will be prompted to log in with your Pipeline username and password.

General Database

Academic Search Complete includes different types of sources -- including scholarly, peer-reviewed articles -- on a wide range of topics. It is a great place to start for most topics.

News Databases

These databases include current news sources such as newspaper and news magazine articles and broadcast news transcripts.

To access individual newspapers, including the full New York Times website, follow the instructions and/or links on the Newspapers @ Luria Library guide.

Pro/Con Database

Opposing Viewpoints includes information and arguments on multiple sides of current issues.

Additional Options

See the A-Z Databases list for a complete list of Luria Library databases. Use the drop-down menu to find databases by the subject area they focus on (such as psychology, history, or bio-medical sciences), or ask a librarian to recommend the best databases for your specific information need. 

Finding Sources Through Google Scholar

Using Google Scholar to Find Scholarly Sources

Google Scholar allows you to search for a variety of types of scholarly sources, including articles, theses, books, and abstracts, and court opinions, in all disciplines and fields of study.

Use Google Scholar to get a better sense of the scope of the research available on your topic. 

Finding The Full Text For Free

Links to the full text of scholarly sources are sometimes available through Google scholar, but often links lead to publishers' websites, where you will be charged a fee for full text. 

If you can't find the full text of the source for free through Google Scholar, use OneSearch to find it through the Luria Library.

If the Luria Library doesn't have the full text of the source you need, use Interlibrary Loan to request it from another library, or ask a librarian for help.