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    Event 23.04.20 - | Webinar

    CORBEL/EOSC-Life Webinar: Best Practice in Training & Communications


    The final webinar in this 4-part series, including best practices and lessons learned.

    CORBEL and EOSC-Life are running a webinar series on communication and event organisation. In this series we will discuss event management, course design and delivery, and effective scientific communication. You can watch any of the webinars live or catch up on the recordings. For the last webinar of the series, we recommend that you have attended or watched the three previous webinars. 

    Audience: This webinar series is aimed at anyone involved in scientific communication, training or event management who wants to learn more about how to deliver effective communication and successful events.

     

    The series continues with an overview of best practices in training and communication with Caitlin Ahern (BBMRI-ERIC) and Sarah Morgan (EMBL-EBI), moderated by Marta Lloret Llinares (EMBL-EBI).

    This is the last webinar of the series and will consist of an interactive discussion where you can ask questions and get tips about your training events and communication. You can send your questions in advance when you register or email them to Marta Lloret (marta.lloret@ebi.ac.uk).

     

    Date: 23 April 2020

    Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM CEST

    More information & Register online.

    View previous webinars in this series on the CORBEL website.

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