WELCOME ONBOARD MedOpen CVC!
We are starting our joint journey now. We wish you a pleasant and fruitful trip, a lot of discoveries and fun ...
If you are a Basic trainee, read carefully the Lecture 1 (out of four in total) and take a test - a short quiz, which enables you to compete with the other trainees. After you have finished the lecture, proceed at your own pace.
Your score will be displayed in the "score list" under the name you have selected.
You may take each test twice. After taking the test once, correct and wrong answers will be indicated. After the second trial, the test option will disappear from your page.
• Below each question there is an indication of the total number of points you can win when answering a question.
• For the final score, a better result will be taken into consideration.
• Time will be monitored only during your staying on the test page. If you go back to the lecture, the time spent there won't be taken into consideration.
• Time is calculated in the total amount, meaning the time needed for the first and the second trial is added.
To obtain the MedOpen Basic certificate the total percentage of points won in the test should not be less than 65%.
If you are an Advanced trainee, your task during this five-week training course will be to carefully read four lectures (the Advanced materials) introduced on a weekly basis (i.e. one lecture per week, while the week five of the training is reserved for consultations), as well as the additional reading materials (i.e. the scientific articles). Also, you'll be requested to discuss the lecture topics at the discussion Forum. Your lecturer, who will be moderating the discussion, will introduce a couple of stimulating questions.
Starting from week two (in parallel with Lectures 2, 3 and 4), the practical Simulation Game will be developed providing you with the opportunity to experience a simulated coastal management situation with particular reference to CVC and participate in finding practical sustainable solutions. All trainees will be asked to present these solutions in a jointly prepared report. The Simulation Game Forum will be used as a space for most of communications during the practical Simulation Game.
Finally, you'll be requested to prepare a Final Essay on the theme previously proposed and approved by the Head lecturer. The Final essays, as well as the Simulation Game report prepared jointly by trainees, will be evaluated by lecturers and Simulation Game co-ordinators, respectively.
All those who have actively participated in Forum discussions, prepared the Final Essay and jointly with other trainees prepared the SG Final Essay, will be awarded the MedOpen Advanced certificate.
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