MEMO on the Multiplier event for the Becoming Project
Project Number: 2019-1-HU01-KA203-061251
Date: 08th December 2022
Venue: University of Pecs, Szentagothai Research Centre, Ifjusag street 20, 7620 Pecs
Keynote speaker: Dr. Attila Gyenesei
The multiplier event involved the following agenda:
Schedule of the conference: 08 December, 2022 (Thursday)
The project team was represented by:
Dr Attila Gyenesei, University of Pécs, Hungary - Welcome speech and introduction of the project BECOMING
dr Robert Herczeg, University of Pécs, Hungary
dr Vitold Bauer, Medical University Bialystok, Poland
dr Dirk Valkenborg, Hasselt University, Belgium
The Multiplier event was held after the project closing press conference.
Dr. Attila Gyenesei opened the event. It was said that, unfortunately, a significant part of the application ran during the time of COVID, which presented many difficulties to the implementers. Despite this, the undertaken tasks were completed. Special thanks go to TEMPUS for its flexibility and cooperation in order to achieve the goals. The BECOMING material was restructured during the project life time in order to present bioinformatics and biostatistics as clearly as possible.
dr Robert Herczeg introduced BECOMING joint website and after that E-platform
Link for the website:
E-platform Log-in (directly from website)
Registration, login and use were also presented through a specific example. The user's "online manual" is also available for students and stakeholders, so if there is a blockage during the process, the instructions for use can be found there.
Robert Herczeg drew attention to the Satisfaction survey on the BECOMING project link on the website, where users/stakeholders can continuously evaluate the uploaded materials and provide feedback on usability.
dr Dirk Valkenborg, dr Attila Gyenesei and Dr Witold Bauer gave their planned presentation.It was emphasized that some materials are available in German and French in addition to the mandatory Hungarian, English and Polish.With the presentation of the Teacher's Guide, the relevant instructors/teachers also gained an insight into the required and recommended presentation methods.
With this multiplier event, we believe we have taken a step forward to achieving the goal to raise the interest of biomedical students, especially students with an interest in bioinformatics.
List of participants:
Students and stakeholders from other universities also attended the event.