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  • Issue no. 78
  • September 2014

ICT-supported Training

15 Steps to Learning ArcView

15 Steps to Learning ArcView is a tutorial on the most widely used GIS software package. It is based on a workshop on IPM and GIS by leading GIS expert Larry Grossman, held at Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda (2002). | Read more...

IPM e-learning

Overview of IPM e-learning possibilities, compiled by ICIPE. | Read more...

BEET

BEET, developed by the Centre for Computer-based Learning in Land Use and Environmental Sciences (CLUES), uses sugar beet as a case study to enable students to gain experience of the issues and risks involved in executing a strategy for pesticide management in crop production. | Read more...

Diagnosis for Crop Problems

Diagnosis is a multimedia software package to support and educate farmers about the process of diagnosing crop problems. The user is presented with a problem scenario and must interrogate the programme to diagnose the situation. Link | Read more...

Centre for Biological Information Technology (CBIT)

The Centre for Biological Information Technology (CBIT), at the University of Queensland, Australia, develops innovative software products to inform, educate and train students, practitioners and others involved in agricultural and natural resource management, particularly pest management. | Read more...

COTON Doc

CIRAD has produced COTON Doc, an encyclopaedic CD-ROM software programme on cotton and cotton pests in French-speaking sub-saharian Africa. This resource presents integrated cotton crop protection information in a format that includes texts (more than 1,500 pages) and full screen colour photos. | Read more...

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