Share Educational Materials
The Education & Diversity Committee is tasked with expanding our web presence by making teaching material available online. 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. If you would like to share some of your materials on the SFS website, use the form below to send your content to the committee.
Thank-you for taking the time. Collectively, we can make a great contribution online, not to mention make the lives of our new teachers a little easier.
Please provide the following basic information related to your materials. Please fill out the form for each separate resource you would like to share. You may only submit one file per form, so please compress multiple files into a .zip.
Materials will be reviewed by EDC before posting.
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Contact InformationPlease contact EDC Chair, Chris Swan (Chris.Swan@umbc.edu) for questions regarding submissions to the SFS Education Materials.
Please contact the webeditor (firstname.lastname@example.org) for technical questions regarding submissions.
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