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SER E-Learning Course: Overview of the Practice of Ecological Restoration
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Course Editors: George Gann, Bethanie Walder, Levi Wickwire
Course Adaptation: Jen Lyndall
Acknowledgements:  All members of the Science and Policy Committee and authors of the various documents referred to herein

 

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Testimonials from Our Beta Testers:

"I am impressed with the quality of the training modules. Very well done!"

-Mickey Marcus

 

"Well done. The definition [of restoration] matters more than ever, especially with so many activities being considered 'restoration' but perhaps not."

-Alex Hackman

 

"I found the e-learning course to be very professional and contain great content and references. It’s obviously a quick overview but covers all the relevant topics fairly succinctly. I was even informed about several core SER documents that I was unaware of. It was a good refresher and useful to CERPs and CERPITs."

-Joshua Tallis

 

"The E-learning course provides a good summary of the status of ecological restoration, recognizing that the field of ecological restoration is a young science and is therefore changing as we learn more about ecosystem recovery systems and processes.  It is useful for the E-learning tool to evolve as we develop new systems for the recovery of disturbed sites."

-David Polster

 

"I found that the Overview of the Practice of Ecological Restoration on-line course was a good overview and summation of the documents referenced and will go back to the course for further review and as a reference. I know SER is working on developing its on-line Course Library and it is an excellent start."

-Anonymous


Version: May 2017

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