Prompt Engineering for AI-Enhanced Teaching, Learning, and Research

Wednesday, March 22, 2023 at 10:00am to 11:00am

Virtual Event

New workshop open to all URI grad students:

Learn to Use AI Effectively & Responsibly to Further Your Academic & Professional Career  

This workshop, led by Dr. Stephen Atlas, associate professor of marketing, and Ph.D. student Wangsuk Suh delves into the world of prompt engineering for education and research. They will explore the capabilities of OpenAI's ChatGPT in generating human-like text and language processing tasks, as well as the limitations and importance of human oversight. The workshop will discuss principles of responsible prompting, providing examples of prompts for writing, content creation, and individualized learning. Participants will leave the workshop with practical ideas and strategies for effectively engineering prompts to support their teaching, learning and research goals. 

Whether you're new to ChatGPT or have prior prompting experience, this workshop will equip you with the tools and knowledge to write effective prompts that advance integrity, innovation and inclusion.  Notice: this abstract was written with help from ChatGPT by OpenAI. Learn more about AI prompting at

Dr. Atlas has also launched a free education program that graduate students may find beneficial.  Additionally, there is a free guidebook available online: Chatbot Prompting - a Guide for Students, Educators, and an AI Augmented Workforce


Wed., Mar. 22

10-11am via Zoom



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