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Structure of the meeting
Following in the footsteps of the previous EUGISES meetings, this seminar aims to gather people from all over Europe, and some guests from outside Europe, in an informal setting to discuss GIS education. Keynote speakers will be invited to introduce the main seminar themes. Papers and posters on topics relating to GIS education will be presented during the three conference days. There will be ample opportunities to discuss GIS education related issues with each other at formal and informal meetings throughout the daily sessions and at the evening social events.
The meeting will start with a welcoming address and an ice breaker party on the Thursday evening. The main presentations will run from 9:00am to 6:00pm on Friday and Saturday. There will be a conferences dinner on the Friday night on the campus and a social evening on Saturday. On Sunday morning there will be a summation meeting and future planning meeting, with the seminar formally finishing at lunch time.
Final Programme: pdf
Thursday September 09th
19.00 - 20.00 Registration
20.00 - 21.00 Introduction: Who are we? What are our expectations? Fred Toppen, Dimitris Kotzinos and Marinus de Bakker
Friday September 10th
Session 1   Chairperson: Fred Toppen
9.00 - 10.30 Josef Strobl (Invited speaker) Geospatial Competence as Cross-Disciplinary Qualification + discussion pdf
10.30 - 11.00 Break  
Session 2 What do we teach? Content and competencies (I) Chairperson: Marinus de Bakker
11.00 - 11.25 David J. Unwin, Nicholas J. Tate Towards a Schema of Geospatial Concepts for Geospatial Thinking
11.25 - 11.50 Giedre Beconyte, Audrius Kryzanauskas Geography and Geographic Competences pdf
11.50 - 12.15 Ann B. Johnson, Phillip Davis, David DiBiase Identifying the Competencies Needed for Entry Level Geospatial Professionals -The USA National Geospatial Center of Excellence - GeoTech Center
12.15 - 13.30 Lunch break  
Session 3 What do we teach? Content and competencies (II) Chairperson: Marinus de Bakker
13.30 - 13.55 Frans I. Rip Describing geo-information educational content using the GI Body of Knowledge as a reference ppt
13.55 - 14.20 Dimitris Kotzinos, Elias Grinias, Athanasios Nikolaidis Charting the university level education in the world: what, where and why is taught.
14.20 - 14.45 Kalliopi Kyriakou, Paulos Mpolos, Agapi Xifilidou, Euaggelos Sourianos The creation of a complete Geographic Information System for urban planning: The case of Euosmos Municipality in Thessaloniki doc
14.45- 15.15 Forum discussion  
15.15 - 15.30 Break  
Session 4 Exchange of materials, software, demonstrations  
15.15 - 16.00 Possibility for Software demonstrations: Miramon, Spain  
Saturday September 11th
Session 5   Chairperson: Dimitris Kotzinos
9.00 - 10.30 Vassilis Pappas (Invited speaker) Learning GIS for over 25 years + discussion
10.30 - 11.00 Break  
Session 6 Technology in teaching Chairperson: Josef Strobl
11.00 - 11.25 Xavier Pons A long term educational experience in GI Science & Technology by combining high quality and interoperable data with professional software developed by teachers, researchers and practitioners. pdf
11.25 - 11.50 Haroula Papadaki, Eleni Gadolou, Emmanuel Stefanakis, Georgios Kritikos, Yiwei Cao, Anna Hannemann, Dejan Kovachev, Ralf Klamma, Georgios Pagomenos The role of CMS in the education of GIS using storytelling pdf
11.50 - 12.15 Discussion: The future of technology and GI education  
12.15 - 13.30 Lunch break  
Session 7 Experiences of GI courses at different levels (I) Chairperson: Ann Johnson
13.30 - 13.55 Bartoschek, Thomas, Bredel, Henning, Forster, Martina, Remke, Albert The Geo Activity: Geospatial Learning at Primary Schools
13.55 - 14.20 Ivette Serral, Joan Vinyoli, Xavier Pons Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and land awareness: an educational program for secondary education. A casestudy in Catalonia, Spain. pdf
14.20 - 15.00 Sophia Leni, Vangelis Kotzamanoglou Educating public servants in GIS: Reflections on the educational needs of the Public Sector in Greece pdf
15.00 - 15.15 break  
Session 8 Experiences of GI courses at different levels (II) Chairperson: Ann Johnson
15.15 - 15.40 Gemma BOIX, Josep SITJAR, Rosa OLIVELLA Supporting and promoting GIS in classrooms at the secondary and baccalaureate levels doc
15.40 - 16.05 Marinus de Bakker Different approaches of marketing Geo-information courses for prospective students
16.05 - 16.30 Discussion: what can be learnt from these experiences  
Social activity
Sunday September 12th
Session 9 Quality assurance in GI education Chairperson: Marinus de Bakker
9.00- 9.30 Iraklis Karampourniotis, Zoi Arvanitidou, Ioannis Paraschakis The need for Quality Management Systems in GI related education in Greece doc
9.30 - 10.00 Fred Toppen Monitoring and assessing the quality of GI education: the case of the GIMA MSc.
10.00 - 10.45 Discussion and exchange of experiences regarding QA  
10.45 - 11.00 Break  
11.00 - 12.00 Cooling down and wrap-up: Where to go next? Fred Toppen & Marinus de Bakker
 arrow Position papers
Changes in the geospatial education landscape
by M. de Bakker and F. Toppen

Geospatial Competence as Cross-Disciplinary Qualification by J. Strobl

Final Comments on EUGISES 2010 by M. de Bakker, F. Toppen, D. Kotzinos
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Final Program

Proceedings will be published as a separate volume in summer 2011. More to come soon!
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