The innovative use of open content to improve food safety in developing countries has earned a team of Michigan State University (MSU) faculty and staff an effective practice award from the Sloan Consortium (Sloan-C). The award recognizes practices that are innovative and advance the goals of access, learning effectiveness, faculty and student satisfaction and scalability.
adobe photoshop software download a rel=”attachment wp-att-1407″ href=”http://msuglobal.com/2011/04/open-knowledge-for-development-msu/oer-2/”>MSU is demonstrating the impact of Open CourseWare and Open Educational Resources around the world as an integral part of on-the-ground solutions for international development in agriculture and food security. The impact spans the public and private sectors involved in capacity building, training, and applying scientific research in […]
Dr. Leslie Bourquin, Professor and Food Safety Specialist for MSU Dept. of Food Science and Human Nutrition
Michigan State University had strong representation at the Open Education 2010 conference in Barcelona, Spain. Here are links to presentations and proceedings from MSU folk: AgShare: Building Community and Content with Multiple Partners Presented by Dr. Christine Geith, MSUglobal View: Presentation Slides | Conference Proceeding Building Capacity in Developing Countries: OER for Food Safety fat […]
custom essay papers p>With the increasing demand for safe food and the growing globalization of food production and manufacturing, there is a great need for no-cost, accessible training and educational resources for food safety professionals, especially those working in developing countries where such access is not readily available. Michigan State University and the Global Food […]
This past July, WorldTAP hosted their annual International Short Course on Food Safety. At this week-long event, food safety professionals from 17 different countries congregated in East Lansing, MI to learn from MSU experts on various food safety topics. MSUglobal partnered with WorldTAP to experiment with different technologies and social media tools to 1) increase […]
The Food Safety Knowledge Network (FSKN) is a collaboration between the Global Food Safety Initiative and Michigan State University.