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ChatGPT Teach-Out

Using ChatGPT in our Lives / Lesson 2 of 5

Option 1: Explorer Path

10 minutes

Now that you’ve learned the basics of ChatGPT in this Teach-Out, we encourage you to try it out for yourself. 

There is currently a free research version of ChatGPT available for anyone to try, as long as site capacity allows. If the site is at capacity, you can try again later.


How do I get started?

  1. Visit 
  2. Select “Try ChatGPT” 
  3. Sign up for an account (or log in if you already have an OpenAI account)
  4. Provide your name, email, and phone number
  5. Type a question or statement in the chat box and press enter

What tips should I keep in mind?

Here are some tips to get the most out of your conversation with ChatGPT:

  1. Be clear and specific with your questions or statements. The more precise your input, the more accurate and relevant ChatGPT's response will be.
  2. Stay on topic. ChatGPT is designed to provide information and insights on a wide range of topics, but it works best when the conversation stays focused on a particular subject.
  3. Don't be afraid to ask follow-up questions or request clarification. ChatGPT is here to help you, so feel free to ask for more information or elaboration on a particular topic.
  4. Be patient. ChatGPT is a machine learning model and may take a few seconds to generate a response. It's important to give it time to process your input and generate a thoughtful answer.

Remember that ChatGPT is an AI language model and may not always provide perfect responses. If you have any concerns or issues with the information provided, please consult with a human expert in the relevant field for further guidance.

What do you want to explore?

Now that you’ve gotten started with ChatGPT, which area do you want to explore? Below we’ve outlined recommendations for personal and professional use.

Personal / General Use: What kinds of general questions can I ask ChatGPT?

Some examples of topics you could ask about include:

  1. Education and learning: You could ask questions about specific subjects or concepts, or ask for study tips and resources.
  2. Health and wellness: You could ask questions about nutrition, exercise, mental health, or specific health conditions.
  3. Travel and culture: You could ask questions about different countries, cultures, and travel tips.
  4. Technology: You could ask questions about specific software or hardware, or ask for troubleshooting help.
  5. Science and nature: You could ask questions about astronomy, biology, chemistry, or other scientific topics.
  6. Current events: You could ask about news stories, political events, or global issues.
  7. Personal development: You could ask questions about productivity, motivation, goal-setting, or self-improvement.
  8. Entertainment: You could ask about movies, TV shows, music, books, or other forms of entertainment.

Professional Use: How can ChatGPT help me professionally?

ChatGPT can help you professionally in several ways:

  1. Learning new skills: ChatGPT can suggest online courses or resources to help you develop new skills relevant to your profession.
  2. Career advice: ChatGPT can provide insights and advice on how to advance your career, including tips on job searching, networking, and building your professional reputation.
  3. Industry insights: ChatGPT can provide information and insights about your industry, including emerging trends and best practices.
  4. Problem-solving: ChatGPT can help you brainstorm solutions to work-related problems or challenges, providing a fresh perspective and new ideas.
  5. Personal development: ChatGPT can help you identify areas for personal growth and provide guidance on developing skills such as communication, leadership, and time management.
  6. Resume/CV review: ChatGPT can provide feedback on your resume or CV, helping you to make it more effective and competitive.

Text generated with the support of ChatGPT.

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