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Applied tertiary education in regional science and regional development: case study of European Union hybrid course

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Original title:Applied tertiary education in regional science and regional development: case study of European Union hybrid course
Authors:Jakub Trojan, Antonín Věžník, Martin Braun
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Citation:TROJAN, Jakub, Antonín VĚŽNÍK a Martin BRAUN. Applied tertiary education in regional science and regional development: case study of European Union hybrid course. In 8th Annual International Baťa conference for Ph.D students and young researchers. Zlín: Tomas Bata University in Zlín, 2012. 5 s. ISBN 978-80-7454-138-4.Export BibTeX
@inproceedings{980081,
author = {Trojan, Jakub and Věžník, Antonín and Braun, Martin},
address = {Zlín},
booktitle = {8th Annual International Baťa conference for Ph.D students and young researchers},
keywords = {tertiary education; e-learning; hybrid course; applied sciences; European Union},
language = {eng},
location = {Zlín},
isbn = {978-80-7454-138-4},
publisher = {Tomas Bata University in Zlín},
title = {Applied tertiary education in regional science and regional development: case study of European Union hybrid course},
url = {http://dokbat.utb.cz/2012/},
year = {2012}
}
Original language:English
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Type:Article in Proceedings
Keywords:tertiary education; e-learning; hybrid course; applied sciences; European Union

Paper deals with the issue of tertiary education in applied form at universities. There are notso many financial sources for funding lecture improvements except Education for Competitiveness Operational Programme or special ministerial fund for university development. Using this grant scheme we prepared new kind of course concerning to European Union issues. This course we call hybrid because of its essential content and especially for methods we use. By combination of standard teaching, ICT seminars and elearning support we suggest the way how to teach project management together with current EU topics and cartographical visualization under public-private-partnership. Outputs from the course will be fully opened. The course is being taught at Department of Geography, Faculty of Science, Masaryk University Brno.

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