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Library Resources for MHR Students

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Wharton professor and author of the popular One Useful Thing Substack newsletter Ethan Mollick writes about working, learning, and living in the new age of AI.

Awkward Intelligence

There's a tendency to think that machines can be more "objective" than humans-can make better decisions about job applicants, for example, or risk assessments. Get the inside story of how many levers computer and data scientists must pull for AI's supposedly objective decision making, and learn how inaccurate AI can be, for example, at predicting whether someone with a previous conviction will become a repeat offender. Confront the biggest question concerning AI- where we should use it-and where we should not.

AI in the Wild

Is there a way to harness the power of Artificial Intelligence for environmental and social good? An international relations professor makes the case for precaution and humility as guiding principles in the deployment of AI.

Open Talent: Leveraging the Global Workforce to Solve Your Biggest Challenges

The massive reset of the pandemic allowed talented workers everywhere to exit their jobs without leaving the workforce. How can companies adapt? The authors argue for a shift to a more distributed organization that revolves around people and projects, not divisions and offices.

Recommended Databases

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Web Research Tips

Many online sources are plagiarized or of questionable quality. When using online sources, ask yourself the following questions: Who is the author? What are his/her credentials? What possible biases exist? When was this source published?

Google logo by Ruth Kedar
Logo by R. Kedar (1999)

Cite Your Sources using APA Style

CLA building, by Samantha Celera, 2008

When creating your project, remember to cite everything you did not write / create / think up on your own, including images / graphs / charts / maps / datasets you borrow from online sources. Below are some tools and websites to help you cite your sources correctly.

To learn more about the importance of academic integrity, please see

APA Citation Videos

Tutorial Quiz

Now that you've finished watching the videos, take this quiz to complete the tutorial.  You will need a score of at least 75% to pass.  A passing score will result in a certificate screen appearing, which you can screenshot to save a copy for your professor if needed.