Keyword: Department of Geography and Geology
The new Tuesdays of HydroTechnology webinar series starts in May and offers short info sessions on hydrotechnology and hydrological research. In addition to the presentations, participants can discuss the topics with the experts.
Multidisciplinary Expert Teams Develop Innovative E-learning Methods to Improve Digital Skills and Employment in Tanzania
The GEOICT4e project develops e-learning methods to educate geospatial experts for future digital labour markets. Remote learning, also known as e-learning, plays an important role in e.g. the MOOC courses that are teaching practical skills for solving real societal problems or challenges.
Tuesdays of HydroTechnology- webinaarisarja: First experiments of DGT-passive sampler use in water quality monitoring
Geospatial Education Development Project Coordinated by the University of Turku Receives Nearly €2 Million in Funding
The GeoICT4e project coordinated by the University of Turku has received a HEI ICI funding of nearly €2 million from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland for the development of socially innovative geospatial education at Tanzanian higher education institutions.
Most residents in Turku have been forced to change their daily routines significantly due to the corona virus situation. A map-based survey aims to find out what kind of changes have happened in outdoor activities and moving in nature.
University of Turku Partners with United Nations Economic Commission for Africa to Advance Sustainable Development
Rector of the University of Turku Kalervo Väänänen and Division Director of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa Carlos Haddad have signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), whose goal is to advance Africa’s sustainable industry, innovations, and infrastructures.