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Scientific Articles about UNIGIS

Strobl, J. (2014): Can brainware keep up with technology?

In: Geospatial World. September 2014.


Strobl, J. (2011): UNIGIS – Networked Learning over a Distance.
In: Unwin, D. J., Foote, K. E., Tate, N. J. and DiBiase, D. (eds.): Teaching Geographic Information Science and Technology in Higher Education. John Wiley & Sons Ltd


Car, A. (2010): Quality Aspects in Postgraduate Distance Education: an Example from UNIGIS Salzburg.
In: Donert K. (Hrsg), Using GeoInformation in European Geography Education. Roma, International Geographical Union and Societa Geografica Italiana: 160-169.


Petch, J. and A. Car (2010): Case of Good Practice 1: UNIGIS. Enhancing Surveying Education through e-Learning.
In: Groenendijk, L. and B. Markus (Hrsg.), FIG Report published by FIG Commission 2 - Professional Education, The International Federation of Surveyors (FIG): 32-36.


Atzmanstorfer K. and R. Resl (2009): UNIGIS in Latin America 1999-2009: Experiences of a Distance Education Program for GIS in Latin America.
In: Proceedings of the International Cartographic Conference (ICC), 2009. Santiago de Chile.


Strobl, J. and A. Car (2009): Continuing Professional Education via Distance Learning - Success Factors and Challenges.
In: Oesterreichische Zeitschrift fuer Vermessung & Geoinformation: Proceedings FIG Commission 2 - Conference “Navigating the Future of Surveying Education” Vol. 1.


Traun, C. (2009): Continuing Professional Education Requirements and Offers in GI within Europe.
In: Jekel, Koller, Donert (Eds): Learning with Geoinformation IV. -Heidelberg, p. 212-219.


Car, A. (2006): Quality Aspects in Postgraduate Distance Education: An Example from UNIGIS Salzburg.
ESRI Education Conference, Athens, Greece.



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UNIGIS Salzburg Instructors
Numerous internal and external experts support you with their role as instructor of our modules to cover all areas of knowlegde within the wide ranging field of Geoinformatics.

Compulsory Modules Instructor
GIS Introduction Adrijana Car
Data Modelling and Data Structures Bernhard Castellazzi
Data Sources and Data Acquisition Stefan Prüller
Project Management and GIS Organisation Erika Blaschke
geoDBMS Robin Wendel
OpenGIS and Distributed GI Infrastructures Ainura Nazarkulova
Spatial Statistics Christian Neuwirth
Geographical Analysis Florian Albrecht
Visualisation and Cartography Caroline Atzl
Application Development Martin Horvath
Academic Work Gudrun Wallentin
Elective Modules  
Developing Applications with OSM Enrico Steiger
EuroGIS Markus Eisl
Oracle Spatial Manfred Mittelböck
Remote Sensing Peter Hofmann
ArcGIS for Server Manfred Mittelböck
QGIS: An open source desktop GIS Anita Grader
LiDAR Remote Sensing and Applications Ivan Tomljenovic
Environmental Monitoring Lukas Mathys
Spatial Simulation Gudrun Wallentin and Christian Neuwirth



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