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- Do not offer to pay me to link to your page or product, I will not do it.
- Do not post links to your pseudoscientific page, rant or product in the comments, they will be removed.
- Do post links to genuinely useful, free online resources for Biology and Science – that is useful collaboration with the students in mind!
Linking to this site
It’s great if you find this site educationally useful. Remember that its target audience is high-school and early-university age students and their teachers. If you like it and the materials here, please send your readers or students. To make life easier, copy-paste this into your article:
i-Biology.net, by Stephen Taylor
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Sites linking to i-Biology.net
I’ll try to keep track of some of the sites linking to this resource. Many are class websites, most obey the guidelines above.
- Click4Biology – excellent IB Biology revision website
- BiologyforLife from Skyline High School – excellent work from Gretel von Bargen
- Hartonline IB Biology resource – collection of IB Bio links
- Mr Hoyes TOK Website – comprehensive TOK resources
To whom it may concern
I am Elie Daher from the IT department at the Ministry of Education and Higher Education in Lebanon. We have developed an intranet internal network for public schools in Lebanon and we would like to inquire if it is possible to link to the video resources available on your website as they prove to be extremely valuable resource.
The videos would of course be accredited to your organization with a link to your website. We have developed a sample video to provide clarity on how we could link-up to your video resources without creating confusion to the user. We also have included a sample of the resources that we would link-up to. Each resource will be linked to the third party video resources.
We understand that this coincides with spring break and we appreciate your prompt response as we are preparing for the 2011-12 academic year.
List of the resources that we would link-up to:
Digestion : https://sciencevideos.wordpress.com/options/further-human-physiology/digestion-further-human-physiology/
Optogenetics & the Brain: https://sciencevideos.wordpress.com/2011/02/10/optogenetics-the-brain-watch-this-video/
Chemical Elements and Water: https://sciencevideos.wordpress.com/bis-ib-diploma-programme-biology/01-cells-and-energy/chemical-elements-and-water/
We look forward to hearing from you
Technical Team Leader
Ministry of Education and Higher Education
Tel : +961 1 789552 ext : 1111
Fax : +961 1 789551
E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
That would be great – thanks for letting me know of your intentions. Bear in mind that although the presentations on the pages are my own, any embedded videos have come from other sources and are not hosted here. Good luck with the project!