The role of the TREENET web-site is to provide information about TREENET, allow people to share ideas and experience, and to act as a way to input and output trial site data and information.
The TREENET system is still very much in its development phase, and as such is a work-in-progress. It has, however, progressed to the point where we are seeking input from prospective end-users about: (a) the features they would like to see and (b) how they plan to use the system. This phase of development is vitally important, as it allows us to mould the system to suit the end-user.
In this presentation I will discuss five main topics:
Why use the Internet? A general discussion of the technologies involved and how they can be used to achieve TREENET’s aims.
What is on-line so far? A quick tour of the web site.
Trial Site Data Uploads How to send us trial site data.
What is proposed? A discussion of some of the ideas we’ve been working with, some of which we propose to implement in the coming months (modified according to feedback from prospective users).
Feedback How prospective users of TREENET can give us feedback and how important this period of discussion is to the TREENET project.
The future possibilities for TREENET as an on-line resource Where the technology is heading, what it means for TREENET, and what we might see in the years to come.