Listed here You can find all the documents with results of the Spider project.
This part of the project is about mapping the current landscape of academic SDI Education in Europe. Results are visually presented under The Map of SDI Education and the written document with complete results can be found here.
The paradigm of Open SDI has not been precisely defined yet so this part of the project is about further investigation, development and explanation of the Open SDI Concept, by addressing the concept from four different relevant perspectives (research, practice, technology and education) and integration of views and findings from these perspectives into one definition of and conceptual approach to Open SDI. The document with the result can be found here.
Aim of this Intellectual Output is to provide a Methodology for Active Teaching and Learning on Open SDI, that could be used by teachers and trainers involved in SDI education and training for making their teaching on – Open – SDI more active. As Covid-19 emerged the change of educational methods, experiences from five partner universities were also added to this report. The whole document can be found here.
This Intellectual Output builds further on existing active teaching practices at partner universities. Existing practices which so far have been implemented at single universities are now further developed, documented in standardized and open manner, under open license, and made available to other teachers, trainers and students. The complete report can be found here.
Main outcome of this Intellectual output is a toolkit that provides a quick and easily accessible inventory of topics and concepts to teach Open Spatial Data Infrastructures. It also contains suggestions for teaching methods and materials classified according to the Bloom Taxonomy. The toolkit can be found here.
This Intellectual output consists of a set of newly developed active teaching practices on new topics related to Open SDI. The active teaching practices presented mainly deal with topics that are currently less or not addressed in Open SDI Education and Training. The complete report can be found here.
The Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) provides an open e-learning course on basic knowledge of Open SDIs. Participants will be introduced to the concept of Open SDIs, in an attractive and easy to understand manner, covering a wide range of topics. The MOOC can be found here.