Course Curriculum

    1. 1. INTRODUCTION

    2. Reforming the Common Agricultural Policy

    3. 2. THE BENEFITS OF THE CAP

    4. 3. THE NEW CAP

    5. 4. CAP REFORM AND THE NEW MODEL OF AGRICULTURE AND SUSTAINABILITY

    6. GLOSSARY

    7. MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

    8. BIBLIOGRAPHY

    9. ADDITIONAL MATERIAL

    1. 1. INTRODUCTION

    2. 2. WHAT IS SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE?

    3. What is Sustainable Agriculture? A Whole-Farm Approach to Sustainability

    4. 3. PRINCIPLES OF SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE

    5. 4. WHY SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE?

    6. 5. WHICH ARE THE METHODS OF SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE?

    7. 6. OBJECTIVES

    8. GLOSSARY

    9. MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

    10. LINKS

    11. BIBLIOGRAPHY

    12. ADDITIONAL MATERIAL

    1. 1. INTRODUCTION

    2. 2. WATER IN AGRICULTURE

    3. 3. NATURAL RETENTION AND RESTORATION OF WATERCOURSES AS WAYS TO FACE DROUGHT

    4. 4. WATER MELIORATION

    5. 5. IRRIGATION

    6. Irrigation and Water Management

    7. 6. LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION

    8. 7. PROTECTION OF WATER RESOURCES IN AGRICULTURE - SUMMARY

    9. 8. GOOD PRACTICES

    10. GLOSSARY

    11. MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

    12. BIBLIOGRAPHY

    13. CREDITS TO FIGURES

    1. 1. WHAT IS SUSTAINABLE WEED MANAGEMENT

    2. 2. ADVANTAGES OF HOEING AND WEEDING

    3. 3. METHODS OF SUSTAINABLE WEED MANAGEMENT

    4. Strategies for Successful and Sustainable Weed Management

    5. 4. WHAT IS SUSTAINABLE PEST MANAGEMENT

    6. 5. PRINCIPLES OF INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT

    7. 6. DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS

    8. 7. PLANT PROTECTION

    9. 8. BIOLOGICAL PEST CONTROL

    10. GLOSSARY

    11. MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

    12. LINKS

    13. BIBLIOGRAPHY

    14. ADDITIONAL MATERIAL

    1. 1. WHAT IS AGRICULTURE 4.0

    2. 2. DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES IN AGRICULTURE

    3. 3. DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY FOR FIELD MANAGEMENT

    4. 4. DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY FOR FARM MANAGEMENT

    5. The Futuristic Farms That Will Feed the World

    6. GLOSSARY

    7. MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

    8. BIBLIOGRAPHY

    9. ADDITIONAL MATERIAL

    1. ABBREVIATIONS

    2. 1. WHAT IS DATA AND WHY THEY ARE ESSENTIAL FOR FARMERS

    3. 2. DATA SOURCES AND HOW DATA IS COLLECTED

    4. 3. DATA ANALYSIS AND VISUALISATION

    5. 4. USING AND EXPLORING THE POTENTIAL OF DATA

    6. Using Technology & Data to Drive Sustainable Agriculture

    7. GLOSSARY

    8. MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

    9. OPEN QUESTIONS

    10. LINKS

    11. BIBLIOGRAPHY

    12. ADDITIONAL MATERIAL

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FAQ

  • Will I get a Statement of Accomplishment after completing this course?

    Certificates of completion will be awarded to learners who have successfully completed all course activities. The certificates will act as evidence of professional development and skills acquisition; they do not represent an official degree.

  • What about timing? Can I take this self-paced?

    You can go at your own pace! Within any week of the course, you can look at the materials and take assessments whenever you have time available, regardless of your time zone. The course is completely online and you can access course materials and resources anytime via the web or your mobile device.

  • Do I need to take the course in a specific order?

    Whereas the course has a modular structure allowing learners to choose the modules and lessons that better address their needs and interests, it is highly recommended that learners take the course in order as each lesson builds upon the previous.

  • Can I contact the facilitator?

    The AGRISMART MOOC is a self-guided course. Nonetheless, you can address your questions and queries regarding learning materials to the project staff at the following emails: info@exelia.gr

Course Highlights

  • 53 multiple choice questions

  • Glossaries & Bibliography

  • Videos

No: 2020-1-IT01-KA202-008399

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