This Trainers’ Handbook provides advice for anyone who is planning to use the OpenWASH modules.
The course will explore the chemistry in the kitchen wth respect to food
This MOOC gives you an introduction to open science principles, attitudes and workflows in biomedicine and life sciences. It was created as part of the EU-funded project ORION. The first live run of this course ended in December 2019. You can enrol for the second round starting February 10, 2020 soon!
This MOOC gives you an introduction to open science principles, attitudes and workflows in biomedicine and life sciences. It was created as part of the EU-funded project ORION.
The ORION Open Science Train-the-Trainer course is intended to guide you in how to facilitate and run training on Open Science. The course covers the theoretical underpinnings of adult education as well as practical methods and techniques to use in training events. From didactics to marketing, from audience demographics to Brainwalking. There are a range of materials, media, and activities intended to strengthen your abilities as a training facilitator, both face-to-face and online. Before you begin you need to have a strong understanding of what Open Science is, we recommend that you take the ORION Open Science MOOC 2.0 if you are not familiar with Open Science.
This course will take code created from Khan Academy classes and teach students how to host them outside of Khan Academy. This will give you the confidence to create new content and show them off to anyone.
In this course, you will learn about the remarkable artist Pablo Picasso.
Efallai y byddwch yn teimlo ar goll pan gewch eich aseiniad cyntaf ond peidiwch â phoeni, nid oes disgwyl i chi wneud gwaith perffaith o'r cychwyn cyntaf. Nid oes un ffordd gywir o ysgrifennu aseiniad. Fodd bynnag, mae rhai egwyddorion a phrosesau cyffredin a fydd yn eich helpu i gadw ar y trywydd cywir wrth ei lunio. Yn yr uned hon byddwch yn dysgu sut i ysgrifennu eich aseiniadau’n effeithiol.
This course has been designed for professionals, such as Parkinson’s specialist nurses and other clinicians, who provide clinical input for people with Parkinson’s in outpatient and inpatient settings. Its purpose is to enhance your understanding and recognition of bone health issues in Parkinson’s and to guide you in assessing and managing the increased fracture risks associated with the condition.
This course will introduce you to participatory video techniques and approaches both from a theoretical and a practical point of view. The course will give you some basic skills in video-making and the knowledge you need to facilitate groups and support them to tell their stories.
Pathway for clinicians, nurses, pharmacists and clinical officers. Modules cover the One Health approach to tackling AMR, surveillance in AMR, the processing, analysing, summarising, presenting and use of AMR data and antibiotic stewardship in clinical services.
Pathway for laboratory technicians or assistants, technologists and laboratory scientists in the animal health sector. Modules cover good laboratory practice and management, the One Health approach to tackling AMR, surveillance in AMR, the processing, analysing and use of AMR data and antibiotic stewardship in the animal sector.