BioCannDo: 4th Educational Community of Practice Webinar

Join BioCannDo for a webinar on Dec 06, 2018 at 1:00 PM CET.

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Are you involved in developing educational material concerning the bio-based economy and/or interested in the education of (new) professionals? Then you may want to engage with others that share your interest and join our webinar.

BioCannDo is about explaining the idea of the bioeconomy and of bio-based end-products in a clear and understandable language, in a scientifically correct manner, and connecting it to everyday life. Collaboration partners can share and learn about good practices in approaches and formats for communication to the general public.

What can you expect from the webinar:

This webinar will be the kick-off of the Bioeconomy Education Community of Practice. In this community of institutes we will share education materials and will discuss interesting topics from the field of bioeconomy. In the webinar three different networks of educational institutes will present themselves: a network with institutes in the east of Europe (Platform on Bioeconomy Education), a network of Dutch/Flemish institutes that cooperate in an Interreg project (Grenzeloos Biobased Onderwijs, in English: Borderless Biobased Education) and a Dutch nationwide network of educational institutes. The presentations will be focused on their ambitions and why/how they would like to connect to other networks and the Community of Practice in particular. You are kindly invited to join the Community of Practice that we will be setting up together.

Webinar agenda:

  • Explaining the Community of Practice – Han van Osch (The Netherlands)
  • Competition: The Think Biobased Challenge – Monique Bakker (The Netherlands)
  • Platform on Bioeconomy Education – George Sakellaris, (Czech Republic); Borderless Biobased Education – Erik Lammers, (The Netherlands/Flanders);Dutch nationwide Biobased network – Maurice van Londen (The Netherlands)

Interested? Check the BioCannDo website to learn more about BioCannDo and register now to join our 1-hour webinar on Thursday 6 December (13:00-14:00 CET).

After registering, you will receive a confirmation e-mail containing information about joining the webinar.

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