There is a need to align the geospatial education and training offered by European universities with the requirement of the private and public sector to have access to a well-trained Geographic Information workforce. Over the past decades the collaboration between academia and the private and public sector gained importance in research as well as education. However, a more intense collaboration and more innovative methods are necessary to cope with the challenges of the fast evolving technological developments in the geospatial and ICT fields. In the context of the giCASES Erasmus+ project, a case-based and collaborative learning method has been designed based on the concept of co-creation of knowledge. Six case studies have been identified and described to test the approach. The case studies have been analysed and modelled with focus on three collaborative learning patterns. This poster describes the approach, the identified case studies, as well as the collaborative learning patterns. In ongoing and future work, the different patterns will serve as use cases for the deployment of a collaborative learning platform and for testing the co-creation of knowledge.
|Titolo:||Innovation in GI teaching and learning: a case-based approach|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|