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What next and Acknowledgments

What next steps learners can take and Acknowledgements to the course team and reviewers
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What you can do next

Free Digital Certificate of Achievement

This is a Sponsored course, which means that learners can obtain a free Certificate once they become eligible. To be eligible, you must mark at least 90% of the steps in this course as complete and attain an Assessment score of 70% or greater, attempting all the questions.

The Certificate of Achievement is a great way to prove what you have learned on the course and as evidence of your Continuing Professional Development. This is a personalised certificate and transcript, detailing the syllabus and learning outcomes from the course. It comes as a digital certificate that you can add to your LinkedIn profile.

Wellcome Connecting Science

We offer many further courses and conferences, some related to what you have learned in this course. Details of all of our Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences can be found on our website:

https://www.wellcomegenomecampus.org/aboutus/connecting-science/

Our other FutureLearn courses

We have other genomics related courses run on FutureLearn platform. For the list of all our courses, please visit:

/partners/wellcome-genome-campus

Acknowledgments

Many thanks to all those who were involved in making of the course Genomics for Educators

Course Lead Educator and Lead Developer

Francesca Gale MSc

Head of Science Engagement and Enrichment

Course Educator, Developer

Em Dixon

Science Engagement Manager (Schools)

Online Courses Education Manager and Course Designer

Dr Rachel Berkson

Online Courses Senior Education Developer and Course Designer

Dusanka Nikolic MSc MA

Collaborators

EMBL ELLS (European Learning Laboratory for the Life Sciences)

STEM Learning UK

Contributors:

Alison Ackroyd, MidKent College

Jon Hale, Beaulieu Convent Catholic School,

Ian Harvey, Hills Road Sixth Form

Matt King, Westcliff High School for Girls

Interviewees

Dr Jonathan Roberts, Genetic Counsellor and Ethics Researcher, Wellcome Connecting Science

Alison Ackroyd, Lecturer in Further Education, MidKent College

Efraim Culfa, Visiting Teacher, EMBL

Vivien Freihen, Education Officer, EMBL

Jon Hale, Head of Biology, Beaulieu Convent School

Matt King, Head of Biology, Westcliff High School for Girls

Reviewers

Dr.Ir. Evelyne Bos,Farel College, Amersfoort, The Netherlands

Mr Ian Harvey, Hills Road Sixth Form College, Cambridge

Dr Iona Martin, Colchester County High School for Girls

Wellcome Genome Campus Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences Team with special thanks to:

Head of Scientific Conferences and Online courses Dr Treasa Creavin

Wellcome Genome Campus Connecting Science Marketing and Communications Manager Catherine Holmes

Filmed and produced by Colin Ramsay Edited by Daria Hupov

DragonLight Films Ltd.

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