Crafting Engaging Generative AI Prompts: A rapid-fire demonstration

Presented by: Edward Kelly

Embark on an interactive journey into crafting effective Generative AI prompts using an innovative online tool. This demonstration is the gateway to a workshop on mastering the art of prompt creation.

1. Introduction (3 minutes)
Overview: Brief introduction setting the stage for the hands-on peer learning workshop focused on “Crafting Generative AI Prompts”.

Objectives & Glossary: Clearly outline the objectives of the workshop and introduce essential terms to ensure everyone is on the same page.

2. Understanding AI Systems (2 minutes)
Quick Overview: Rapidly introduce key AI systems like Microsoft Bing Chat, Google Bard, GPT-3.5,, enabling participant choice, highlighting their relevance and impact in prompt-based generation.

3. Tips and Strategies (2 minutes)
Engagement Strategies: Encourage early adopters to support groups, navigate room, share experiences and insights.
Prompt Classification: Demonstrate how to classify prompts, organizing them based on the target audience profiles.
Group Dynamics: Facilitate group work for collaborative prompt investigation, catering to different skill levels.
Peer & Group Feedback: Emphasize the importance of feedback loops to larger audience.

4. Live Tool Demonstration (15 minutes)
Online Tool Showcase: Present the online tool, showcasing its functionality and user-friendly features.

Tool Elements: Highlight the tool’s 12 categories, emphasizing the significance of titles, subtitles, and icons in revisiting prompts.

5. Insights & Takeaways (3 minutes)
Observations: Notable observations or trends noticed during the workshops.

Feedback Loop: Survey, Teams Channel

Follow-up Plans: Workshop 2 for LnD, Teams Channel, LMS & CoP.

6. Q and Conclusion (3 minutes)

Presenter Biography:

Edward (Eamon), a passionate education and learning technology enthusiast, has held various teaching positions in Ireland, Germany, and Spain. He completed an MSc in Technology & Learning at Trinity College Dublin before transitioning into education technology. With experience in research, startups, IT education department management, and teaching GCSE, A Level, and IB Information Technology & Computer Science. He now enjoys working remotely as a digital learning specialist for an international humanitarian NGO, based in Brussels. There, his primary responsibilities for 2024 are creating and supporting colleagues in the development of content, quality assurance, migration & maximization of learning platform and delivering of AI for Learning & Development