Prof. Patsie Polly, Cancer Cachexia Mechanisms Research Group, Mechanisms of Disease and Translational Research Lab, Department of Pathology, UNSW Sydney: Blending Real and Virtual Laboratories in Practical Lessons to Enhance Learning

Nov 29
29. November 2018 8:00 - 8:30
Hanns-Hofmann-Hörsaal (KS I), Cauerstr. 4, 91058 Erlangen

Colloquium Series WS 2018/2019 by the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Patsie is a UNSW Scientia Education Fellow and Associate Professor in Pathology, UNSW Medicine. Recognised nationally and internationally as a medical research scientist, leading higher education teacher and innovative education researcher, she has infused her extensive medical research experience into the classroom by strategically integrating virtual laboratory adaptive lessons, ePortfolio pedagogy and collaborative communities of practice to allow her students to learn career-relevant skills. As UNSW Teaching Fellow, Patsie led course and program-wide ePortfolio implementation/use at UNSW Sydney to facilitate student awareness of professional skills development. Patsie has attracted national funding to support development of eLearning resources. Patsie has been recognised for her innovations in research communication, virtual laboratory lessons and ePortfolio use with numerous institutional/national teaching awards and nominations.

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