Using ChatGPT for Communications
Join us for an immersive workshop series that explores the transformative potential of ChatGPT in enhancing communication strategies and content creation. Whether you’re a science communicator, marketer, content creator, or social media enthusiast, this workshop is designed to equip you with the skills to leverage ChatGPT for creating captivating narratives for videos, engaging social media content, and impactful communication materials such as posters and infographics.
Discover how ChatGPT can revolutionize your content creation process and elevate your communication efforts to new heights.
This live workshop gives you the opportunity to work in a supportive environment with other professionals and direct engagement with the trainer. When you register for this training workshop, you will receive the following:
- Live 3-hour online workshop on survey design led by communication experts Daniela Martin and Lali van Zuydam
- Useful resources you can borrow and adapt for your work
- Learn how to leverage ChatGPT to improve your communication strategies and effectively engage with your audience in the digital realm.
- Gain a deep understanding of ChatGPT, its features, and its applications in various communication scenarios, enabling you to apply the knowledge to real-world situations.
- Discover how ChatGPT can streamline communication processes, saving time and effort by automating responses and tasks.
- Discover how ChatGPT can support content creation by generating ideas, assisting in writing tasks, and ensuring consistency in messaging.
- Gain insights into the ethical considerations surrounding ChatGPT and AI-powered communication tools, ensuring responsible implementation and guarding against potential biases.
- Participate in a practical activity where you can apply your knowledge and receive feedback, solidifying your understanding of using ChatGPT for effective communication.
- Receive additional resources and references to further explore and deepen your understanding of ChatGPT and its applications in communication.
Daniela Martin is a science communicator with more than 15 years of experience in project management, media production, teaching, and research. She has been a consultant in strategic communication, and social and cultural management for governments, universities, and international organizations such as UNESCO, UN-Habitat, Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR), ITESO and the Government of the State of Jalisco, Mexico.
Daniela is the Director of Communications at The Institute for Methods Innovation where she leads communication planning efforts and manages the company’s social media and online presence. Since joining IMI, she has contributed to over a dozen research projects, including several large EU projects funded by the European Commission. She is also a Research and Communications Associate at the Institute for Science and Innovation Communication where she is involved in the EU-funded project AURORA.
Over the past few years, Daniela has worked as a university professor in Mexico (ITESO) and Germany (Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences), teaching subjects related to science communication, cultural management, citizen science, and media production. She also has extensive experience in communication and media production, having worked with international production companies such as Disney and LucasFilm Ltd.
Lali van Zuydam
Lali is a Research and Communications Associate with The Institute for Methods Innovation where she works on large-scale European Commission research projects (such as HYPOP, Project Ô and RRING) as well as impact evaluation and survey research training for participants all over the world. She is also involved with the German Institute for Science and Innovation Communication (inscico) as a Science Communication Specialist for the AURORA project.
Lali holds a Master’s Degree in Science and Technology Journalism from Stellenbosch University in South Africa and is currently enrolled for her PhD in Science and Technology Studies at the same institution. Through her affiliation with Stellenbosch University, Lali recently joined an international research project, funded by Meta, to explore fact-checking practices in the Global South. Her areas of interest include science communication, science journalism and plain language writing.