BIOLOGICAL SECURITY - Web of Prevention Clearing House
Guide to Biological Security Issues
Introduction to Biological Security Education - youtube link
In August 2014 the University of Bradford was awarded a project grant for the development of a resource for promoting biological security education globally. The project is jointly funded by the Governments of Canada and the UK under the Global Partnership against the Spread of Weapons of Mass Destruction.
Throughout the course of 2015, two authoritative books on biological security education have been produced. The books are primarily aimed at undergraduates studying life science courses and their lecturers, but it is hoped that the material will be useful to scientists at any stage of their career.
This book, Preventing Biological Threats, is intended to raise awareness and knowledge of biological security of everyone active in the life sciences, ranging from those engaged in research to those engaged in management and policy-making, both nationally and internationally. Download Preventing Biological Threats: What You Can Do
Preventing Biological Threats: APPENDIX A
Educational and Training Resources, Policy Statements, Reports, and other Documents with Relevance to Biological Security. Download Preventing Biological Threats: APPENDIX A
Biological Security Education Handbook: The Power of Team-Based Learning
This Handbook focuses on a specific format of active learning instruction – Team Based Learning (TBL). Download Biological Security Education Handbook
Biological Security Education Handbook: APPENDIX A
Facilitation Notes on Preparing for, Holding, and Assessing Team-Based Learning Seminars Download Biological Security Education Handbook: APPENDIX A
Biological Security Education Handbook: APPENDIX B
Guidelines on Course Development. Download Biological Security Education Handbook: APPENDIX B