The first cycle of Spationomy project concluded as the Summerschool in Maribor in June 2017 had finished. It was really fascinating to observe, how dynamic was interaction among students and staff during the Summerschool 2017, especially during simulation game. From our own experiences as well as from students’ feedback, it seems that the Spationomy idea has proven to be beneficial for both students and staff members. It was enjoyable to work with you all. Thank you!
Spationomy Summerschool – the last part of IntLeB (Interdisciplinary Learning Block) – is held in Maribor, Slovenia. It is the final and the most demanding part of IntLeB. This 7-day course for all students is the culmination of IntLeB. Students will present their project assigned during the drill part. Then the intensive lectures (economy, decision making, business informatics, geomatics) will take place, followed by the simulation of “economic/business analytics issues from real world” via game-based learning, where they apply gained interdisciplinary knowledge, skills and abilities about economic data analyses using spatial methods.
The Spationomy Summerschool in Maribor (Slovenia) has just started. It is the last part of the Interdisciplinary Learning Block (IntLeB) where students will go through the advanced methods in geomatics, economy and business informatics. Quite a diverse programme is set – including lectures, hands-on excercises, excursions, students presentations, and simulation game. We are all looking forward to learning something new…
The first part of the IntLeB is now over. We thank to all participants for being in Bochum with us. We are looking forward to meeting you during the virtual part. And don’t forget to follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook (with #spationomy or #sptnm). Have a great time and be spationomy 😉
The first intensive short-term course (the drill part) of the Interdisciplinary Learning Block (IntLeB) is held in Bochum (Germany). The hosting institution (Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum) has already set up the course. Students will learn about a team management, quantitative methods, business informatics, geoinformatics and remote sensing, and many more. This unique encounter between all participating students and staff members is the first all-in-one event of the Spationomy.