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Welcome to the Aquaculture Learning Project.

Content summary edit

Project participants develop course interdisciplinary course materials, improve wikimedia coverage of aquaculture, as well as conducting secondary (and where possible) primary research into economic, political, social and scientific aspects of aquaculture.

Goals edit

This learning project offers learnings activities that allow Wikiversity participants to learn the science behind aquaculture and develop knowledge and effectiveness of aquaculture "on the job" by participating in developing wikiversity (and other wikimedia) materials and conducting research.

Learning materials edit

Learning materials and learning projects are located in the main Wikiversity namespace. Simply make a link to the name of the lesson (lessons are independent pages in the main namespace) and start writing!

You should also read about the Wikiversity:Learning model. Lessons should center on learning activities for Wikiversity participants. Learning materials and learning projects can be used by multiple projects. Cooperate with other departments that use the same learning resource.

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Lessons edit

Oyster cultivation
  • Tuna
  • Algaculture - Includes seaweed and kelp
  • Farming Salmon
  • Farming Sea Bream
  • Farming Sea Bass
  • Farming Shrimp
  • Farming Oysters
  • Farming Clams
  • Farming Sharks
  • Farming Squid
  • Farming Crab
  • Packaging and Storage of Aquacultural Outputs

Assignments edit

  • Develop Lesson 1
  • Develop Lesson 2
  • Develop Lesson 9
  • Develop further and improve the wikipedia w:Aquaculture page
  • Incorporate aquaculture information in other wikipedia pages

Activities edit

  • Develop Lesson 1
  • Develop Lesson 2
  • Develop Lesson 9
  • Improve the wikipedia w:Aquaculture page
  • Start formulating specific research questions as part of an overall project plan to create a wide ranging and in depth research report into the way forward for aquaculture

Readings edit

Each activity has a suggested associated background reading selection.

Active participants edit

Active participants in this Learning Group

Learning Project Summary edit

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