Remote solutions for lab teaching and research projects: webinar recordings, how-to guides, teaching resources and links.
Dr Nigel Francis
Dr David Smith
Prof Ian Turner
University of Derby
Dr Dave Lewis
University of Leeds
Final year honours and capstone projects:
how-to guides for staff and students
Criminal Justice System (CJS) learning resources from crime scene, to forensic laboratory, to court: webinar recordings, infographics and links.
Dr Rachel Bolton-King
Prof Ian Turner
University of Derby
#DryLabsRealScience has been meeting twice a month to discuss the challenges of lab provision in the face of COVID-19. We share good practice, experiences and tips around an alternative to lab provisions and research projects. We hold fortnightly webinars; if you would like to join the mailing list and receive invites to the sessions, or if you'd like to present a talk, then please email any one of us using the grey buttons.
#DryLabsRealScience webinar recordings
Virtual labs to enhance wet-lab teaching
Ms Dani Evans, University of Surrey @danidietitian
Dr Ian Bailey, University of Surrey @DrIanBailey
Benchling: online molecular biology lab
Dr Philip Leftwich, University of East Anglia @PhilipLeftwich
Interactive websites, endless calculations
Dr Peter Klappa, University of Kent @pk_kent
Peter has provided links to his websites (above) that contain a wide range of resources, from interactive virtual experiments (Dry Labs) to unlimited calculations practice. He is generously offering to work with members of the #DryLabsRealScience community to develop additional resources that will fill gaps in current provision - do get in touch.
Interactive video resources
Dr Nigel Francis, Swansea University @Nige1980
Nigel's resources include interactive simulations and videos – including a virtual flow cytometer, immunology revision game and lab equipment and technique demonstration videos with some common error quizzes. Some resources are still in development but can be freely downloaded and embedded in your own VLEs using the SCORM packages where available. These resources have all been made freely available but please attribute the work that the creators have put in if sharing with your students.
TurningPoint quizzes to gamify learning
Dr Noel Carter, University of Sunderland @DrNoelCarter
High Content Image Analysis From Home
Dr Julia Sero, University of Bath @CellMorphometry
Virtual Labs for Analytical and Bioanalytical Sciences
Dr David Smith, Sheffield Hallam University @dave_thesmith
Engaging Students with Online Lab Practicals
Dr Isabel Murillo Carbeza, University of Bristol
easier than you think!
Krys Bangert, University of Sheffield @KrysBangert
Managing the transition to HE:
the school teachers' perspective
Dr Nigel Francis in conversation with A level teachers
#DryLabsRealScience resources and links
Dr Dave Lewis' resources
#RemoteForensicCSI is an open, professional network and holds monthly webinars to discuss the challenges of remote teaching across disciplines relevant to the criminal justice system (CJS) following the COVID-19 pandemic. Topics are particularly focused on crime scene investigation, forensic laboratory analysis and court. We share good practice, experiences, tips and resources to support online teaching, learning, research and training for FE and HE educators, and CJS practitioners. If you would like to join our MS Teams-based network, be added to our mailing list to receive invites to the sessions, or if you'd like to present a talk, then please email any one of us using the grey buttons. We look forward to welcoming you!
#RemoteForensicCSI webinar recordings
Adventures in student-created
Dan Clark (@ResimionUK ) and Patricia Adamo (UWE)