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SFS EDC Request for Education Materials

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Posted: 4/20/2012
Expiration Date: 4/20/2022

Dear SFS Members,

The Education & Diversity Committee is tasked with expanding our web presence by making teaching material available online. While we do make links to other sites dedicated to educational materials, the membership is a great resource not only for undergraduate and graduate level content, but also material for the general public and even K-12 audiences in the freshwater sciences. Please consider sharing some of your resources on the SFS website.

We are interested right now in two things:

1. Slides - either in powerpoint or pdf format
2. Lab material

We have prepared a web form to make the submission process easy. Please be prepared to provide the following:

1. Your name and affiliation.
2. Whether you would be open to being contacted in regard to the content.
3. A brief title of the content (<15 words)
4. A short description of the content (<150 words) - THIS IS OPTIONAL
5. THREE keywords
6. Target audience - general public, K-12, undergraduate, graduate

Please share materials online at:

Many thanks. I hope this will only take about 15 minutes or so of your time. Collectively, we can make a great contribution online, not to mention make the lives of our new teachers a little easier.

Chris Swan
SFS Education & Diversity Committee

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