Reminder to users: We love to see your photos, however please reduce the resolution of photos before uploading – see the notice below this photo about using a screen capture or other method to greatly reduce any photos taken – otherwise they fill up our server space and I will have to delete! Thanks Nancy Elliot
photo by Nancy Elliot, copyright. Spring Black Bear, British Columbia
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We LOVE to see your photos and images, however, because of space limitations, can you please avoid uploading large size (e.g. Mb) photos. Please reduce their size (to kb) by doing a screen capture or other before posting. Otherwise we will run out of storage space! Thank you
This site is intended to give students in this course a space to document progress through their field research projects.
If you are enrolled in the course, there should be more information in the main course instructions.
On the left hand side of the site are links to a few tutorials on the essentials of using this site and completing the assignment. You can explore student work via navigation on the right. “Categories” are organized by assignment, and “Tags” are organized by subject matter. We look forward to seeing how this site will grow as more students make their way through the course.
Students are expected to complete the following for their projects:
Post 2: Sources of Scientific Information
Post 3: Ongoing Field Observations
Post 7: Theoretical Perspectives
Post 9: Field Research Reflections
If you experience any problems with this blog, feel free to contact Brian Lamb directly: firstname.lastname@example.org