A friend of mine sent me this ad to share it among my networks, so here it is…quite a nice offer. The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) is looking for PhD Candidate in Geographic Information Science and Natural Resource Management.
The second presentation I gave at the NTNU was about GeoGames and how Wherigo platform can be used during field-courses.
Based on my first visit at the NTNU Trondheim, Norway. I planned, together with my host prof. Jan Ketil Rød another research stay – this time focusing on the topic of Playful geography.
Past three weeks I had the opportunity to realize project titled GIS in development cooperation – Teachers mobility, financed through the Norway Grants. The planned mobility was focused on increasing my capacity as well as sharing best practices in the areas of Geoinformatics (GIS) and Development Studies. Both me as well as hosting institute (NTNU Trondheim) are active in fields of Geography, Geoinformatics and Development Studies. Especially the combination of GIScience and Development Studies is very rare and therefore we all saw quite a lot of potential in starting the cooperation. Continue reading
Thanks to the EEA Grants and Norway Grants I am able to visit the Department of Geography at NTNU (Trondheim, Norway). The aim of my stay is to learn and observe, how local experts teach GIS in context of Development Studies, as well as to share some of my experience. Currently, the first week of my stay is behind me and I had meetings with Hans Ola Fredin, Tomasz Opach, Jan Ketil Rød, Hilde Refstie and Ragnvald Larsen. Continue reading