Some Anthrax info from another email list.


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From: Mike Nolan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2001 13:33:35 -0400
Subject: anthrax information for educators

Dear Colleagues,

I have just put online a Web directory intended to support learning about
anthrax.  If you have a few moments and the interest, please review the
resources at  These pages are not yet
linked to the host site, so I would like to have some feedback before going
public.  I know there are some cosmetic glitches to fix, and some categories
that are thin. I am particularly interested in learning of any Web resources
that you think ought to be included, particularly instructional ideas,
lessons, and other resources.  I would also like to know if I have missed
some important categories of information.

I realize this is not generally part of the standard science curriculum, but
it seems a teachable moment.  I have tried not to stray too far away from
Bacillus into the broader world of microbiology, but it is hard to know
where to draw the line.  Thanks for any feedback you care to offer.


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