MSc European Forestry on-line thesis seminar
The Thesis Seminar deals with the different forestry topics that the MSc European Forestry students have chosen as subjects for their master's theses. The aims of the seminar are:
- to increase awareness of different master's theses carried out by the students of the MSc European Forestry programme
- to provide a platform for online viewing of the students' theses presentations
- to provide a forum for discussions on each of the topics
- to facilitate the distance interaction of students, graduates and staff of the MSc European Forestry programme
How does it work?
You prepare a presentation about your master theses (10–15 minutes, about 7 slides) with the main focus on the results. The presentations include videos of the speakers narrating the different slides, creating a virtual environment where the viewer can play the presentation, or parts of it, as many times as needed.
You will participate in the discussion forum by commenting and asking questions on the Moodle course site where you can log in with your UEF username and password within a week after the presentation is made available online. The presenter will have an additional week to give feedback to the participants and answer their questions. After this period, the discussion on the Thesis presentation will be closed.
Below are the detailed instructions for seminar participation:
Instructions for the thesis seminar
Below are the online thesis seminars for which the discussion forum in the Moodle course site is open. The seminars which have already been closed can be found HERE. If you are not able to see the presentations below, please find those at Moodle course site.
So, what's your view on afforestation? Uncovering the behavioural psychology of woodland creation in England with the Theory of Planned Behaviour. On-line presentation. Open until 9 December 2019.
Miles Drury (from UK, thesis at the Wageningen University)