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Subject: New Website
From: "The I.M.B.C. Greece" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Academic forum on fisheries ecology and related topics <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Fri, 16 May 1997 17:30:00 +0300
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Apologies for the cross-postings. This will be mailed to all relevant
discussion lists.

The AQUALEX Multimedia Corporation (AMC) Ltd, has a new website up and
running at http://www.aqualex.org

This charitable company was formed in 1996 in Dublin, Ireland, with a
firmly stated purpose: to further educational advances in the aquatic
sciences by using and developing multimedia and other digital electronic
tools.

There are four main sections to the website:

A PRODUCTS section, where finished products may be sampled. Demonstrations
of three CD-ROMs are currently available: Aqualex, a multilingual
interactive glossary of aquaculture terms; Basic Techniques in Fish
Haematology; and BIAQUE, the bibliography of aquaculture/ environment
interactions.

EDULINK will provide: conference announcements,  news and views, links to
other educational sites on the WWW, and downloadable documents of interest
to the education/ training needs of users

The TRAINING section will in future be concerned with vocational training,
or short courses. As part of the launch of the site, the AMC presents an
online version of a Company Audit Training Manual designed to help young or
struggling aquaculture companies to carry out a self assessment of their
training needs.

EDUCATION  will be devoted to longer courses targeted towards the higher
education sector. Background information on the EU pilot project ONEDIN
(Online Delivery of Interactive Modules in Marine Science and Aquaculture)
is now available. Marine science materials will be tested on the site as
and when they become available.

The site is still under construction, but will be developed steadily over
the next few months. We welcome feedback and suggestions from users. You
can mail the site administrator at [log in to unmask]

Lisa Owen
IMBC, Greece
http://www.imbc.gr

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