The workshop includes field elements and hands on training with selected tools and applications as well as presentations on best practices, experiences and interactive round tables for knowledge exchange and trouble shooting.
The event is part of the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership on Digital and Blended Learning Resources for Geography and Environmental Sciences co-funded by the European Union.
Monday, May 22: Field methods & training (at Trier University & National Park Hunsrück-Hochwald)
Tuesday, May 23: Open educational resources: Best practices and experiences (at Trier University)
Wednesday, May 24: Training sessions and knowledge exchange on research methods & methods teaching (at LISER).
For more information and to register, please visit the digilego project website.