CONFERENCE: Computers in University Biology Education 98

CTI Biology ctibiol at
Fri Mar 27 03:15:56 EST 1998


Virtual Learning Environments in the Biological Sciences: 
from molecules to ecosystems 

The University of Liverpool 
14th & 15th July 1998

Call for Proposals & Registration

The theme of this years conference focuses on how computers can be 
used to enhance practical and analytical skills. The programme 
includes keynote speakers, offered papers, workshops, posters, an 
exhibition, software demonstrations and discussion sessions. Areas 
covered include: simulated laboratory & field work, problem & 
resource-based learning, modelling.

Hands-on workshops include;
Netskills: creating multimedia Web pages
Computer based assessment using TRIADS
Computer mediated communication for teaching and learning
Creating molecular graphics on the Web

Call for Proposals
You are invited to submit proposals for; 15 min stand alone papers,
software demonstrations, and posters. Proposals in the areas of 
courseware development, implementation and evaluation are welcomed. 
Full length papers will be published as part of the CUBE98 conference 
proceedings. Submission details are available at:

The Venue
The two day event will be held on The University of Liverpool campus. 
The conference dinner will be held at the Merseyside Maritime Museum 
on the Liverpool waterfront. Bed and breakfast accommodation is 
available at the Feathers Hotel, St Georges Hotel or the Britannia 
Adelphi Hotel conveniently located close to the university campus.

Registration includes attendance at one workshop, lunch 
and refreshments on both days, and the conference dinner. 
Registration before the 31st May 1998 is #75,  and before the 30th 
June 1998 is #90. Day registration is #45. Online registration is 
available at:

For more information contact: Christina Smart
email: ctibiol at, tel: 0151 794 5118, fax: 0151 794 4401

Centre Manager,
CTI Biology,
Donnan Laboratories,
University of Liverpool,
Crown Street,
L69 7ZD.
Tel: 0151 794 5118
Fax: 0151 794 4401
Email: ctibiol at

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