The new AllThings.Bio database on educational resources might help you. The database contains entries on relevant online educational resources such as lesson modules, MOOCs or relevant university programs.
The database has been developed for teachers who are looking for teaching and educational materials as well as people who want to inform themselves about educational opportunities in the field of bioeconomy. The educational database covers resources for primary, secondary and vocational education as well as university programs.
The database is the result of extensive online research done by the BioCannDo project. It contains more than 340 entries from four European countries (Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and Finland).
Click here to access the BioCannDo educational resources database.
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