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Course design and delivery: guidance and tips for impactful training

CORBEL and EOSC-Life organise the webinar series "Engaging with your community through events and training". The series continues with a presentation by Sarah Morgan (EMBL-EBI) and Gabriella Rustici (University of Cambridge).


This webinar will provide a practical look at course design and delivery, giving guidance on the key elements you need to consider to ensure your training meets the needs of your intended audience. It will also provide some tips for successful delivery and a brief look at how you can assess the impact your training has in the short and long term.


The webinar includes an audience Q&A session during which attendees can ask questions and make suggestions. Please note that all webinars are recorded and available for posterior viewing.

 

This webinar took place on 27 March 2020 and is part of the CORBEL webinar series. It is best viewed in full screen mode using Google Chrome. The slides from this webinar can be downloaded from SlideShare here.

About the speaker...

Sarah Morgan, Scientific Training Coordinator at EMBL-EBI. Sarah has a BSc and MSc in Biomedical Sciences, followed by a PhD from Cranfield University. Over a 10 year academic career her research has focused on tumour biomarker characterisation and cell-surface interaction. Beyond research she took an active role in the provision of postgraduate taught courses for the University as Lecturer in Molecular Medicine, leading the development and direction of a number of MSc Courses including the MSc in Translational Medicine, the MSc in Molecular Medicine, and more recently acting as director for the MSc Programmes in Advanced Biosciences. She has lectured on a variety of biomedical techniques and topics, including ethics and governance of research. Gabriella Rustici, Associate Director of Training.