- Biotech degrees / certificates
- Agricultural/Biofuels Process Technology
- Applied Biotechnology Certificate
- Bioinformatics Certificate
- Biofuels Technician
- Biomanufacturing Associates Degree
- Biomanufacturing Certificate
- Bioprocess Laboratory Technology
- Biotechnician / Bioscience certificate
- Biotechnology Associates degree
- Clinical Research Professional
- Environmental Laboratory Technologist
- Genomics Technology Certificate
- Medical Devices Certificate
- Post Baccalaureate Certificate
- Post-Baccalaureate Intensive Certificate
- Quality Control
- Regulatory Affairs Associates degree
- Regulatory Affairs Certificate
- Regulatory Compliance Technologist
- Stem Cell Certificate
- Event Materials
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Practicing Social Media in a Safe Setting
1. What social media tools does Bio-Link use?
Bio-Link uses a List Serve, Facebook, LInkedIn, RSS, and Twitter to reach out and communicate with our community.
More info in the Bio-Link Guide to Social Media
2. Shared note taking with Twitter:
- JGI Sequencer meeting http://storify.com/phylogenomics/jgi-user-meeting-day-1-2
- ISB Symposium on microbiome: http://storify.com/brianduggan/isbsymp-favorite-quotes-and-highlights
3. Tweet chat examples:
White House tweet chat : Kumar Garg with teachers, #WHChat
via Storify: http://storify.com/whitehouse/stem-office-hours
Science education journal club: #SciTeachJC
3. Sign up for Twitter account.
4. Post something you've learned at Hi-TEC - use #hitec2012 as the hash tag.
What is a hash tag? A "#" is called a "hash"
A tag is a word or phrase to describe something.
Twitter Safety advice:
- Do not click links from people you don't know
- Do not follow your students - use a hash tag for discussions