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Aquaculture in Canada: Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance

Aquaculture in Canada: Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it

Information about Canadian farmed seafood. The Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance (CAIA) is a national association, headquartered in Ottawa, that represents finfish and shellfish farming companies, feed companies and suppliers, as well as provincial finfish and shellfish aquaculture associations.

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This looks a very good source of information for aquaculture course case studies.

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Scottish Fishermen’s Federation Launches New Website | Aquaculture Directory

Scottish Fishermen’s Federation Launches New Website | Aquaculture Directory | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it
The Scottish Fishermen’s Federation (SFF) is launching a new website that will provide a true reflection of commercial fishing in Scotland and counter the inaccurate and negative portrayal of the industry that has become prominent in recent years.

Via Aquaculturedirectory
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A welcome initiative from the capture fisheries sector to improve communications and public understanding

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JISC InfoKit: Managing course information

JISC InfoKit: Managing course information | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it

This infoKit aims to provide reassurance that the problems faced in your organisation are neither unique nor insurmountable. It does not offer ‘quick fixes’ because there is no easy answer or off-the-shelf solution. There are course information management issues that are endemic in the sector but, as a result of considerable activity in this field during the period 2009-2013, there is now a wealth of experience and good practice on which to draw in solving them.

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This is a very interesting link for anyone involved in designing and managing courses (programmes); but is only the tip of the iceberg of resources available via this site. UK focused but many ideas and principles will be relevant anywhere.

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