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Monthly Archives: October 2022

bioCEED teaching and learning toolkit

We are now launching the bioCEED toolkit, where we present short cases that describe some of our teaching and learning innovations and activities. We hope they can inspire other students, teachers, and educational developers to make their version of these learning experiences. The cases present a short background and purpose, the community, tools and activities,…

Student Poster Symposium Fall 2022

Everyone is warmly welcome to the student poster symposium for the following courses: BIO201, BIO250, BIO299, MOL231, MOL270 & BIO300A on Tuesday, Nov. 22nd. All posters will be on display in the mezzanine area of VilVite. Students will be giving one-minute-presentations of their posters in the Auditorium from 12:15. All posters will also be available…

Student Posters on Display at the Heathland Centre at Lygra

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Biology students make posters as part of the assessment in various courses at the Department of biological Sciences. The students present at the bi-annual student poster session, and we make the posters available at the bioPITCH webpage. We aim towards making student course products real life products, something that they can showcase, and maybe link…

Kjetil Rundereim successfully defended his Master thesis in the ArtsApp project

Kjetil Rundereim defended his Master of Science thesis successfully in June, 2022. His master thesis entitled “Effekten av digitale identifiseringsverktøy på videregående elevers motivasjon og læring ved artsidentifisering: Et selvbestemmelsesteoretisk perspektiv» was part of the ArtsApp project. Kjetil, along with the supervisors Lucas Jeno and John-Arvid Grytnes, are working on submitting the results of the…

New study published by the ArtsApp project

A new study has been published by members of the ArtsApp project. The study is a qualitative study where 26 bachelor’s and master’s students from BIO were interviewed after having identified sedges. The aim of the study was to further understand the thinking process during the identification of species. For instance, the students said that…

bioCEED welcomes new student representatives at UNIS fall 2022!

This fall we are fortunate to have these three student representatives contributing to various aspects of the bioCEED activities at UNIS: Kjetil Aukland Talhaug, Milly Evavold and William Andrews. Kjetil Aukland Talhaug is a bachelor student from the University of Tromsø (UiT) and is serving as a new student representative for bioCEED at the University…

Bikuben Vol.1 is out at last!

Bikuben’s editorial board is proud to introduce the paper version of the first volume of Bikuben. In the 74 pages of this edition, you fill find the seven articles published online at www.bikuben.org during the academic year 2021/2022. The edition features a beautiful, carefully selected set of photographs and illustrations submitted by reviewers, authors, former…