Posts Tagged ‘spationomy’

Summer School in Olomouc 2018

Hi folks, this is going to be wonderful week in Olomouc, that’s for sure. However, it will be more about you and your efforts you put into your project during semester, and efforts you will “sacrifice” for the simulation game at the end of the week. In the meanwhile, you will have a chance to deepen your knowledge you learn in previous stage of Spationomy, and you will acquire new skills during hands-on sessions. Moreover, there is an excursion-visit planned to local company where you will see implementation of spatial component in business. We are looking forward to having you here in Olomouc.

Drill in Maribor 2018 – start

Hello all, we are about to start the second cycle of famous Spationomy project. The kick-off is at 9 am at the Razlagova 20 building, in the room R04. After the introduction, we will continue with the team management game, basics of remote sensing, and introduction to microeconomics.

IntLeB drill in Maribor | 5.3. – 9.3. 2018

This 5-days event represents a first part of the Interdisciplinary Learning Block (IntLeB) within the second interation of the Spationomy project. The host institution has already set up all the the rooms and places we need for successful teaching&learning. All participants will learn about a team management, geographical information systems, remote sensing, macro and microeconomy, quantitative methods, business informatics, visualisation and spatial economy. All in an intensive manner, theoretically and practically, and with a lot of fun. The “drill” is the first encounter between students and staff, and between different disciplines, educational backgrounds and nationalities. Good start of Spationomy 2018!

First year of Spationomy is over

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!

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