Biotechnology instructors come from diverse types of backgrounds. Some have held positions in industry, but many have only worked in academic labs. This lack of industry experience can be a problem when it comes to designing courses that are intended to prepare students for the non-academic workforce.
Early on, Bio-Link sought to address this challenge by encouraging instructors to share their knowledge. Talented instructors, from diverse backgrounds across the nation have contributed their insights and curriculum ideas to this clearinghouse, thus enriching the entire Bio-Link community.
These materials allow instructors to access other's expertise when it comes to subjects that aren't taught in most college programs like Good Manufacturing Practices, FDA Regulations, and bioprocessing.
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To submit material to the Bio-Link Clearinghouse, please complete the information below.
Welcome future Bio-Link contributor!
In general, we are looking for materials that are appropriate for students at the two-year college level or for the continuing education of graduates of two-year programs and that relate to the education of individuals who will be or are bioscience or biotechnology technicians or bench scientists.There are a few things we would like you to know before you submit materials:
You must be certain that the material you send us does not contain someone else's copyrighted material. For example, if your activity includes a photo that you copied from a website, then you must request permission form the owner and reference it, or remove the photo from your work.
Click here to submit materials: Clearinghouse Submission Form
Contact Jeanette Mowery by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (608) 243 4307.
Thank you for submitting materials to the Bio-Link Clearinghouse!