How to elevate your STEM based courses in the remote learning revolution

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Institutions right across the education sector have had to make the unexpected transition to remote teaching, but what does this mean for STEM based courses?

Our expert panel discussed…

  • Lessons learned from the first half of 2020
  • How Cardiff and Derby University were able to adjust and transition online
  • What it takes for a STEM course to be successful online
  • Best practice from personal experiences and how can lecturers future proof their teaching experience


Dr Cedric Berger, Senior Lecturer, Associate Theme Lead for Immunology, Infection and Inflammation, School of Biosciences, University of Cardiff

Cedric studied host-pathogen interactions at the University of Paris XI, France from which he received a Ph.D. in Cellular Microbiology in 2005. He joined the Imperial College as a Research Associate and then Research Fellow to carry on his work on human pathogens. In 2018, Cedric was appointed Senior Lecturer at Cardiff School of Biosciences. Cedric is a Mobius user and has helped to train other school staff members to develop coursework’s and assignments with the overall aim of improving the student experience and helping with staff workload.

Dr Ovidiu Bagdasar, Associate Professor in Mathematics, College of Engineering and Technology, University of Derby

Dr Bagdasar is the Program Leader for the MSc Big Data Analytics, Erasmus+ Departmental Coordinator, and an active member of the Research Centre in Data Science. His research is at the boundary between Mathematics, Computing and Education, including areas like number theory, optimisation, computational, discrete and applied mathematics, or mathematical education, with a focus on maths anxiety. Over the past 15 years, Dr. Bagdasar has worked together with academics, teachers, students, and companies to improve standards in math education.

Louise Krmpotic,Vice President, Enterprise Services at DigitalEd

Louise is an expert in online learning with a math and educational background, as well as over 20 years of experience in educational technology, specialising in STEM subjects. She has been a member of several committees and panels on best practices in using technology in education and curriculum design and has presented at numerous conferences. Louise earned her Masters of Mathematics and Bachelor of Mathematics from the University of Waterloo. She also holds a Bachelor of Education from Althouse College, the Faculty of Education at the University of Western Ontario.

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