the forest on your desktopWelcome to the CIF-IFC National Electronic Lectures

The CIF-IFC offers an interactive electronic lecture series. The lectures run for approximately one hour on weekdays beginning at 1:30 pm Eastern and feature experts and practitioners from across Canada. The agenda for upcoming sessions can be found below. All sessions are recorded and can be accessed by CIF-IFC members after logging in. CIF-IFC Electronic lectures are free, easy to access, and user-friendly.

To register for upcoming session(s):

  1. Go to the E-Lecture Catalogue
  2. Upcoming E-Lectures will be listed under "Upcoming Events"
  3. To register for a specific session(s), click the "Register" button below the session overview. For more information on a specific session(s), click the "Event Details" button.
  4. After clicking the "Register" button, please enter your name and preferred email address.
  5. Once registered, an email will be sent out to you providing the participation instructions.

For any technical issues, contact the E-Lecture Coordinator at: electures@cif-ifc.org.

E-Lecture participation requires a computer with reliable internet access. If you will not have access to internet at the time of the lecture, please contact us so we can provide you with the presentation file to follow along.

Continuing Education Credits

Several Provincial RPF and RFT organizations have evaluated the E-Lecture series for their continuing education programs. The CIF-IFC also has a voluntary continuing education credit system that you can earn credits through the E-Lecture series.

Open Access E-Lectures

By special request of sponsoring organizations, certain E-Lectures or e-lecture series have been made open access.

Click here to view the list of Open Access E-Lectures.

If you would like more information please don't hesitate to contact our team at electures@cif-ifc.org.

Organizations are welcome to contact us to discuss the possibility of a themed E-Lecture series or for sponsorship opportunities.

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Improving Forest Resilience to Climate Change and Extremes with GeneticsMiriam Isaac-Renton03/03/2021
Bringing Short-Rotation Woody Crops Full Circle: Exploring the Development of Ways and Means to Effectively Establish, Manage and Recover Value from Plantations under High-Yield Afforestation Management Regimes in CanadaDerek Sidders, Tim Keddy03/03/2021
Using Genomics to Understand Bark Beetle Adaptations to Climate and Host Affecting their Distribution and DynamicsChristopher Keeling02/17/2021
Combining Climate Change Impacts on Stand Growth with Wood Supply Analysis and Forest Carbon Management in Newfoundland – A Hybrid Modeling Approach to Assess Adaptive Forest Management StrategiesXinbiao Zhu, Robert LeBlanc02/10/2021
Blurred Lines: Building Trajectories of Forest Recovery in Seismic LinesCaren Jones02/03/2021
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