This event is jointly organized by the FEBS Education Committee and the Biochemical Society in the UK.
The event will be held online across two half-days (27–28 May 2021) and is aimed at anyone teaching in higher education in the molecular biosciences, from early career lecturers to established professors. The course aims to share best practice and novel ideas with higher educators, to equip students with the skills they need to succeed in their careers. The event will comprise of lectures, group discussions and flash talk presentations from attendees. ‘Evolving molecular bioscience education’ is supported by Heads of University Biosciences (HUBS), UK.
Submit your abstract by 15 April 2021 to be considered for a flash talk presentation. See the Workshop's webpage for more information and to register. Event registration is free of charge for members of FEBS Constituent Societies.
Programme topics include:–
- Developing skills within a bioscience curriculum
- Students as co-producers
- Assessment and feedback
- Education research across Europe
- Teaching approaches (including experiences and approaches during the pandemia)
This will be the 4th workshop organized by the FEBS Education Committee and the Biochemical Society UK (previous events in the series: Cambridge 2012, Cambridge 2015, Chester 2018). The event was initially planned for the 2–3 April 2020 in Glasgow, UK, but has been rescheduled to be delivered online on 27–28 May 2021 due to the COVID-19 situation in the UK and worldwide.