Panel to Present “How COVID-19 Transformed Online Teaching and Learning: Or did it?”

The virtual age of learning is no longer in the future. It is here, and IAMSE wants to equip medical science educators with the tools to successfully teach the next generation of health care professionals. The 2021 IAMSE Fall Webcast Audio Seminar Series wraps up next Thursday, September 30 at 12pm Eastern! This five-part series will explore strategies in making the future of medical and health sciences education as bright as possible. The final session in the series will feature Olivia Coiado from Carle Illinois College of Medicine, Luke Read from the University of East Anglia (UK), Jon Wisco from Boston University and Jaya Yodh from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

How COVID-19 Transformed Online Teaching and Learning: Or did it?

Olivia Coiado, PhD; Luke Read; Jon Wisco, PhD; Jaya Yodh, PhD

September 30, 2021 at 12pm Eastern

This session explores the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the health professional learning space as it transitioned from in-person to online and/or hybrid interactions between teachers and learners. The panel of presenters, representing a diverse set of institutions, disciplines, faculty, and student perspectives, will share their experiences and lessons learned during the past year to inform teaching and learning best practices in PBL, basic science, and clinical instruction. Some of the outcomes may be surprising and will highlight how we’ve evolved as educators and students.

There is still time to register yourself or your institution for the series. Is your institution already registered? Reach out to your administrative

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