CAMBRIDGE, Mass.April 21, 2022 / PRNewswire / – JoVE, the world’s leading producer and publisher of science videos, announces the return of the JoVE Award for Innovation in Education and Research 2022!
These awards, now in their second year, aim to support members of the scientific and academic community who take an active role in their institutions to help and promote science education and research. An independent jury of librarians, faculty, and researchers selects three winners in each of the following categories:
- JoVE Awards for Educational Innovation 2022
- JoVE Awards for Innovation for Researchers 2022
- JoVE 2022 Library Innovation Awards
JoVE accepts applications from people who currently work, are registered, or are affiliated with an academic institution, company, government, or hospital in all regions and territories.
JoVE will accept applications in the form of short essays:
- teachers who use video resources to support the success of students and STEM education in their institutions.
- Librarians use video resources to support student success and STEM education in higher education.
- Researchers who have used JoVE videos to conduct research and training or share knowledge outside the lab.
Submit your application to become one of the three international winners to receive funding $ 2000 (USD) from JoVE for your project.
In addition, JoVE will offer an exemption from the publication fee to the winners of the “2022 Research Innovation Award so they can post for free with JoVE. For more information on the awards and how to apply, click here. Registration closes on July 18, 2022.
Check out the testimonials of the 2021 winners:
“I am delighted to receive a JoVE Award for Innovation in Instruction. Working with such brilliant peers and talented students has been a pleasure to use and empower students to use digital resources to teach and communicate chemistry in new and exciting ways.” . dit Glenn HurstAssociate Professor of Chemistry Training at York University and winner of the JoVE Innovation in Instruction Award 2021
“I am delighted and grateful to receive the JoVE Library Innovation Award on behalf of our entire team. The team worked tirelessly for many months to bring the JRD eLibrary portal to life, from design to implementation and deployment. This award highlights the strength of our collaboration and highlights our success in delivering this powerful tool to our users in record time. ” dit Gabriele TanisAssociate Director for Organizational Excellence at Janssen Research & Development, LLC and winner of the JoVE 2021 Library Innovation Award
“Our entire RadioViews team is honored to have received a JoVE Researcher Innovation Award for our series of video discussions with other radio astronomers. Being selected as one of the winners encourages us to continue, improve and develop new ways of sharing. “We are very grateful that JoVE supports this goal.” dit Joana KramerPhD candidate at the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy and winner of the 2021 JoVE Award for Research Innovation
Founded in 2006, JoVE is the world’s leading producer and publisher of science videos with the mission of improving scientific research and education. With thousands of videos published across multiple disciplines of science, medicine, and engineering, the JoVE Library offers clear, detailed illustrations of a wide range of scientific techniques and concepts.
Today, millions of scientists, faculty, and students at universities, colleges, hospitals, and biopharmaceutical companies around the world use JoVE for their research, teaching, and learning.
More information can be found on the JoVE website: www.jove.com.
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