As AMEE 2018 fast approaches, we have put together a handy summary of events and talks that might be of particular interest to our members. ViEW pre-conference workshop: ‘The three C’s of technology-enhanced learning: Current trends, Collaboration and the Cutting edge.’ Sun 26th – all day Book in advance […]
ViEW are hosting a Speed Networking event at the Vet Ed conference in July at Utrecht University. What is Speed Networking? It’s a light-hearted way to meet new people at the conference, by spending roughly 5 minutes chatting to each person as you rotate around the group. Remember to bring […]
Do you love teaching younger colleagues and have experience in doing so professionally? Are you blessed with patience and enough empathy to remember what it’s like to be a new graduate? Are you able to be firm when required, but to do so with regard and respect so your relationships […]
This years PCW at AMEE is on ‘The three C’s of Technology Enhanced Learning – Current trends, Collaboration and Cutting edge’. Don’t forget to sign up for the workshop when you register for AMEE – it promises to be a very interesting day with lots of ideas to take back […]
Social media forms a huge part of the international veterinary education community, so ViEW have created our own twitter account so we can join in all the important discussions that are happening online! It also allows us to connect our members through the use of our hashtag – #ViEWW (*note […]
The board have been working hard on refreshing our logo and general image. You will start to see the new logo being rolled out across our social media soon. What do you think of it? Let us know!
International Conference on Communications in Veterinary Medicine March 22-25, 2018 Hockley Valley, Ontario A highly interactive gathering of industry leaders to discuss the most compelling communication issues in veterinary medicine. Bringing together practice teams, researchers and academics in a unique learning environment, the ICCVM program receives rave reviews from international […]
The Hidden Curriculum of Health Sciences Education Stephen May, Carrie Roder, Elizabeth Chan Those involved in educational design are aware of the distinction between the planned, delivered and received curriculum. Students are not taught everything that curriculum directors intended, and certainly do not end up knowing and understanding all that […]