Ryan Cornwell, a Biomedical Science undergraduate from University of the West of England, joined us for a summer internship. We asked Ryan what he had found most interesting during his time with us, and if there were any other insights he’d be taking back to his studies.
Our summer innovations here at LearnSciHQ are well underway, and we’ve got a wide range of bioscience and chemistry resources to reveal, for a planned autumn 2019 release. Here’s a sneak peek of the new expansion to our bioscience resource library, featuring physiology, pharmacology, genetics and safety.
We have been talking to universities across the country and this one question seems to be at the forefront of everybody's thoughts. Whilst there are a multitude of ways to address this, we believe that integrating technology into your course is a great way forward.
On Monday 20th March 2017, the Biochemical Society hosted an e-learning training event at Charles Darwin House in London.
During the morning talks, afternoon workshops and our discussions with delegates at our demo stand, it was great to see so much interest and passion for innovative teaching with technology. We were proud to sponsor and attend the event.
We all really enjoyed the morning talks, each of which offered thought-provoking ideas to take away. Here’s our summary:
We are proud to announce our sponsorship of an e-learning training event hosted by The Biochemical Society in London on Monday 20th March 2017.
The theme of this one-day workshop for HE educators is “Using e-learning to improve student engagement in the biosciences”. It will introduce and explore e-learning methods and technologies available to improve student engagement within physical and virtual classrooms.