Wihi is a communication and archive tool for thesis writers. It relays thesis related messages between students, thesis supervisors and project subscribers. Wihi processes thesis topic proposals, project plans, and thesis contracts. Wihi also processes different evaluation phases of a thesis, and it is the place where the thesis gets a final evaluation. Wihi works together with Humak’s online learning environment: Thesis (Bachelor). There you can find information about how the thesis process works for your specific degree programme. Familiarize yourself with the thesis manual and instructions in Humak’s online learning environment before starting your thesis process in Wihi.
Theses 15 ECTS points are logged into PDP through Wihi. This means you don’t need to separately register anywhere to start your thesis process. The thesis process is divided into three stages in Wihi (1/3, 2/3, 3/3). The first stage includes writing a topic proposal, a project plan and signing a cooperation agreement between the subscriber of the project, the thesis author and the supervising teacher. The second stage ends when the thesis is nearly done. The third stage ends when the thesis is finished and evaluated.
Each of the three stages involves different smaller phases. The different phases of the thesis process are saved in the Wihi view in the stage (1/3, 2/3 or 3/3) to which they belong. When one stage is completed, the view of the next stage opens. Note that when a supervisor comments on your thesis plan, for example, and then marks that phase as completed, the message remains in that stage and does not appear directly in the new view of the next stage that has opened for you in Wihi after completion. So examine the message fields in the different stages carefully so that the messages do not go unnoticed.