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Physical geography, Civil engineering, Remote sensing
The growing spatial information needs of society, the rapid development of new surveying technologies, and the global demand for appropriately qualified surveyors, have triggered a radical re-evaluation of Geomatics education in Europe. Although significant enhancements to DIT’s educational programmes have been made during the last decade, the provision of new opportunities for learners and innovative changes to existing paradigms of training and education are required. This paper addresses some of the issues confronting educators in DIT, and presents some of the strategies for their enhancement and implementation.
Prendergast, F., Prendergast, W. P., Behan, A. & Murray, H. (2007) Enhancing Educational Programmes for Geomatics in Ireland. IN Fernández, L. Á. R. & Chmiel, J. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 2007 International Congress on Geomatics Education in Europe. Warsaw University of Technology Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, doi:10.21427/xbpy-ss38