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Newsletter Supplement (No.16)

November 2007

This is a supplement to the regular autumn newsletter sent to members in October. This issue has updated news about HERODOT, the IGU congress and the latest network developments.

HELP We need your help with the GEOcube!!

Newsletter 15 - If you have any news, are involved in events, want provide feedback or you are prepared to promote the network, then contact Karl Donert.

GEOcube - Working with third countries - Student competitions - Tunis IGU congress and other conferences- Lifelong Learning funding - HERODOT events

 

GEOcube - we need your help
HERODOT TP2 members are aiming to create a Web site which defines what Geography is and what Geographers do. We are asking HERODOT members to define some of the proposed 54 themes for us and then to translate the resultant text into their language. The aim is to produce a resource in all European languages which can be used to promote the study of Geography in school and in higher education. See the template and list of themes. Contact Maria Attard if you would like to be involved in this initiative. You can also visit the TP2 HERODOT community forum on promoting Geography.

Have you seen our news feeds? These feed physical, human and GI news into the community home page - access the HERODOT community

Action 4 project HERODOT was unfortunately not successful in its Action 4 project to connect to third countries u nder Erasmus Mundus We hopw to apply again in 2007/8. If you are interested in this or can support by providing new partners for this project please contact Karl Donert.

Student competitions: The first prizewinners of the HERODOT Student Poster competition attended the HERODOT and ESRI Europe User conferences in Stockholm in October 2007. Thanks to ESRI Europe and Hewlett Packard for supporting this initiative. A student movie competition has been launched. Click for further details

Lifelong learning EU funding Information is published on recent developments under the European Commission's Lifelong Learning Programme and specifically on:

  • submission deadlines for the new 2008 call
  • the Erasmus and Jean Monnet programmes
  • the call for experts

http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/static/en/llp/erasmus/documents/infokit1007.pdf

16-17 June 2008 Curriculum Change for Learning, 2nd International Pedagogical Research in Higher Education conference - Liverpool Hope University, http://www.hope.ac.uk/learningandteaching/prhe/

12-15 August 2008 Tunis IGU congress Web site now available at http://www.igc-tunis2008.com

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FORTHCOMING NETWORK EVENTS

2-4 July 2008 Learning with Geoinformation, Salzburg in the context of AGIT ’08. This joint AGIT/HERODOT event will take place with a full international track aimed at advances in education using geoinformation. For further information, see http://www.gi-forum.org or http://www.agit.at/schule

4-7 September 2008 HERODOT Conference, Liverpool In the Capital of Culture city, the themes are likely to be Professionalising Geography and Geographical Futures in higher education. further information to be available soon on the HERODOT Web site

If you have any ideas or themes or activities you feel the network should undertake during this event - please contact Karl Donert or Glenda Wall
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