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GLIN-Education is a forum for sharing news related to Great Lakes education and resources available for teachers and their students. Appropriate postings concern the release of new curricula and publications, job opportunities, requests for proposals, and announcements of regional conferences or special Great Lakes events. If appropriate, GLIN-Education also can be used as a forum for discussion of Great Lakes education issues and/or opportunities.

The GLIN-Education list was developed following a workshop titled "Environmental Data for Teaching about Great Lakes Pollution Prevention," conducted at The Ohio State University in July 1994. The workshop participants, who constitute the core members of this list, believe that increased communication will lead to increased effectiveness in the effort to improve the quality of life for all in the Great Lakes region.

We hold that there is synergy in communication, creativity in cooperation and magic in this machine. We invite all members of the electronic community to join us in sharing ideas, materials, concepts and visions leading toward increased awareness, concern, and most importantly, involvement of people within the Great Lakes basin in seeking solutions to the problems of these lakes and their associated ecosystems. We are especially interested in encouraging educators, teachers and learners to share the methods and results of successful instructional experiences, whether in formal or informal settings. We actively solicit contributions from all cultures and all disciplines.

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The purpose of GLIN is to take advantage of the region's electronic networking services to foster economic and environmental development and protection of these great freshwater seas. Education is a cornerstone of its success. GLIN brings the resource providers online: the scientists, resource managers, policy makers and decision makers in the region. This community is a rich source of knowledge to intermingle with educators and learners.

GLIN-Education is a closed list. This means that only subscribers can post directly to the list. Non-member submissions are forwarded to the list owner for approval.


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For additional information or to correct any errors, contact:

Christine Manninen
Great Lakes Commission
2805 S. Industrial Hwy, Suite 100
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
manninen@glc.org



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