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Friday, August 29, 2014

Technology Enhanced Learning: A Medical Student Conference, Belfast, 3rd October 2014


Abstract submissions are open for the Technology Enhanced Learning: A Medical Student Conference being held on Friday 3rd October in Riddel Hall, Queen’s University, Stranmillis, Belfast. The team welcome abstracts reporting on innovations in technology enhanced learning within medical education. This could include the development of electronic materials as well as medical education research. Further details on abstract submissions including the categories and the types of presentation opportunities can be found on the QUB website.

Deadline for receipt of abstract submissions: Wednesday 17th September.

Bookings are also open for this event through the Higher Education Academy’s website for students and educators to join the team in Belfast for a celebration of student engagement in the area of technology enhanced learning within medical education. The day will showcase student presentation poster presentations and demonstrations. In addition there will be a keynote from Jane Hart from the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies and a group discussion on the future of technology enhanced learning in medical education. Prizes will be awarded for best poster and best presentation.

For further information about the event please go to the QUB event page or contact Karen Murphy from the School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences.

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