ACSME 2020 wrap up Posted in Events, News, Teaching and Learning on November 6, 2020 by ACDS Web Admin. ACSME 2020 wrap up ACSME 2020 was a celebration of ingenuity, creativity and commitment to high quality education, and showed that the science education community in Australia is stronger than ever. Over 260 academics, professional staff and students from around the country and beyond connected virtually to share good practice and challenges, particularly those arising from the disruptions caused by the pandemic. Video and poster recordings Plenary sessions The best of both worlds: integrated online and in-person learning– Professor Elizabeth Johnson, Deputy Vice Chancellor Education, Deakin UniversityPanel discussion: The merits and shortfalls of delivering science labs and tutorials online– Elizabeth Angstmann (UNSW), Shaun Belward (JCU), Roy Hall (UQ), Madeleine Schultz (Deakin)Short- and long-term responses to COVID-19 in the context of quality assurance, quality improvement and scholarship– Associate Professor Tina Acuna and Dr Jo-Anne Kelder, 2019-2020 ACDS FellowsPanel discussion: The student experience of learning science remotely – Dinio Spagnoli (UWA) Conference program (with links to parallel session videos and posters) Program Day 1Program Day 2 Conference proceedings Conference proceedings are available here. IJISME Special Issue: All ACSME2020 presenters are invited to make a submission to this issue on the work presented at this conference. Submissions of 250-word abstracts are due on Friday 11 December 2020. Abstract review outcomes and invitations to submit manuscripts will be sent to authors by the end of December 2020 and manuscripts will be due 21 February 2021. You can email Ana Lopes if you have any questions. ACSME 2021 Our next conference will be held in Perth from September 21 to October 1.