Reminder: Call for teaching posters for the 2005 International

Jim Lissemore jlissemore at jcu.edu
Mon Apr 11 01:37:35 EST 2005


The deadline for submitting abstracts for the 2005 International C.
elegans 
Meeting is approaching so I want to take this opportunity to ask for
submission 
of abstracts that deal with the use of C. elegans in teaching (abstract 
deadline is midnight on Tuesday, March 22, 2005,  U.S. East Coast time).
 
Abstracts for teaching posters are to be submitted using the same
mechanism for 
submitting research poster abstracts on the meeting web site 
<http://www.genetics-gsa.org/genetics/Celegans/>;. Be sure to check
"Teaching" 
on the list of session topics when you submit your abstract.

I ask that anyone using C. elegans in any aspect of teaching (lecture,
lab, or 
other) consider making a poster to maximize exposure and dissemination
of ideas 
at the meeting.  Please don't think that your uses of C. elegans in
teaching 
may be too simple to share; your "simple" idea may not have occurred to 
everyone!  I have requested that the teaching posters be grouped
together in 
the abstract book and at the poster session where they may stay up for
the 
length of the meeting.

If you presented a teaching poster at a previous International C.
Elegans 
Meeting, I ask you to consider updating your poster or even presenting
the 
original poster if it has not been updated.  Teaching ideas are rarely 
published so "recycling" a poster will likely present your ideas to at
least 
some folks who did not see it at a previous meeting.

I would also appreciate if anyone considering presenting a teaching
poster 
would let me know so that I can get a rough count of the number of
teaching 
posters.

Finally, teaching workshops are also being planned for the meeting.
Details 
will follow at a later date.

--Jim


Jim Lissemore
Associate Professor
Biology Dept.
John Carroll University
20700 N. Park Blvd.
University Heights, OH 44118
EMAIL: jlissemore at jcu.edu
PHONE: 216-397-4196
FAX: 216-397-4482
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