Lectures & Presentations
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The project envisages a series of lectures and workshops in each V4 country. Unfortunately, the Covid-19 pandemic prevented their implementation. Therefore, as part of the project solution, we decided to offer these lectures through asynchronous e-learning. This unified form of presentation will help to ensure the basic identical content of the lectured topics with practical instructions.
For this purpose, eight experts have prepared eight professional lectures on various topics, a list of which you can see below. After clicking on the title of the lecture, a new window will open with a page on which the annotation, the text of the lecture and at the same time the presentation with the relevant professional content are prepared for each lecture. All texts and presentations are available in English, Czech, Slovak, Polish and Hungarian languages.
The texts of lectures are generally structured to include chapters such as: introduction, theoretical and empirical background of the issue, the main text of the lecture, conclusion and summary. The texts should also include discussions and validation or practice questions. The materials should also contain recommended and used professional resources for further study. Presentations then contain, among other things, tables, graphs, pictures, links to videos, etc.
List of Lectures
The issue mentioned above - water management in the soil, which this project is about, does not concern only one region or state. It is an international problem and only through effective international cooperation it can be solved.
Within the project, we are primarily concerned that farmers and all other target groups are acquainted with environmentally friendly technologies for processing and utilization of biowaste and rational application of agrotechnical measures that can significantly increase the desired proportion of organic matter in the soil, increase the ability of soil to retain water, reduce erosion and desertification of soils and, as a result, can be a significant factor in reducing the negative effects of ongoing climate change and drought.