ISPRS Commission VI Mid-Term Symposium

Cross-Border Education for Global Geo-information

2-4 June 2010
ITC Enschede
The Netherlands

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The spatial processes affecting the sustainable development of our living environment are of a supra-national and even a global scale. Geo-ICT plays an increasing role in the management of these processes. We also see the development of global delivery networks for Geo-ICT products and services. Partners in these chains must have a common understanding of the specifications and conditions for product and service delivery.

Young people in particular should be stimulated to choose for a professional career in this field. They should form part of an international professional community ready to engage and collaborate with their highly qualified and experienced colleagues for life-long learning.

International partnerships and consortia for cross border education provide a new setting for the education in this context. Web-based education and distance learning approaches and e-delivery of educational services are developing very fast. Partnerships for developing of international curricula require the possibility of the transfer of credit points between educational institutions.

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  Important dates  
  • Submission of abstracts: deadline extended to
    15 February 2010
  • Notification of acceptance:
    1 March 2010
  • Submission of full paper:
    deadline extended to 30 April 2010
  • Early registration:
    1 April 2010
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Last Updated: 17 June 2010
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