The main SPACIT deliverables available for download are:
1. Society, space and the geoinformation age in school education – Scientific book
A scientific book publication that explores the dimensions of the Geoinformation Society. Project partners and external experts will contribute, identifying different ways the GISociety impacts on the teaching and learning needs of citizens.
Society, space and the geoinformation age in school education – Scientific book
Geospatial Innovation for Society
ISBN-13: 978-3-87907-545-4 ISBN13 Online: 978-3-7001-7652-7 Subject Area: Geography
ISSN Online: 2308-1708
Creating the GISociety
ISBN-13: 978-3-87907-532-4 ISBN13 Online: 978-3-7001-7438-7 Subject Area: Geography
ISSN Online: 2308-1708
GI Forum 2012
Geovisualization, Society and Learning
ISBN: 978-3-87907-521-8 Subject Area: Geography
2. Dimensions of GI Society – Online Report
The Online Report which will provide online materials connected with the dimensions of the Geoinformation Society. It will incorporate a condensed SPACIT description for teachers use; introductory materials for Spatial Citizenship education modules and an assessment of the state-of-the-art and likely futures.
GI-Fourm 2014 conference contributions on Spatial Citizenship comprising contributions of project partners and external experts on the state of the art are available as paperback version and as free online download
GI-Fourm 2013 conference contributions (11 papers, 105 pages) on Spatial Citizenship comprising contributions of project partners and external experts on the state of the art are available as paperback version and as free online download
GI_Forum 2012 contributions (8 papers, 70 pages) central for “Education for Spatial Citizenship” can be found in the the conference proceedings available as paperback version and as free online download
3. GISociety Leaflet
A leaflet for teachers/teacher educators/curriculum developers/Ministries which raises awareness of the GISociety and its significance to European citizens and education. The leaflet promotes the concept of Spatial Citizenship and describes the relevance of Education for Spatial Citizenship.
4. Competence model for Spatial Citizenship education
The report reviews competence approaches and suggests competences necessary for spatial citizenship, namely competences in the distinctive fields of absolute and social spatialities, spatial thinking, spatial communication and spatial participation. It produces a competence model and identifies measures to evaluate these competences.
5. Connecting curriculum: curriculum for spatial citizenship education
The images represent the curriculum structure of the SPACIT course and appropriate measures which can be used to reach the competences suggested in the competence model for Spatial Citizenship. It also provides planned workloads according to the European Credit Transfer System for each part of the curriculum, for easier inclusion in various national initial teacher training and in-service training activities.
6. Curriculum Plan and Framework
The report includes curriculum plan and framework for Spatial Citizenship, provided for national and local initial teacher training and in-service teacher education. It is based on the ECTS system and is connected to the Bologna Process. It deals with aspects such as learning outcomes, qualification and credits and aspects of quality assurance.
7. Final course materials for Spatial Citizenship Education
The final version of the online course materials populates the course learning environment for use by teachers and teacher educators. The online learning environments / materials on spatial citizenship are structurally oriented at the spatial citizenship competences and curriculum, but are spatially transferable – meaning that localized versions can easily be developed to suit needs and requirements. This allows for learning processes to be developed that are oriented at individual / regional experience of learners.
Guest access to the online learning environment needs to be acquired by contacting the project partners.
8. Final SPACIT Online course
The SPACIT course materials can be accessed and downloaded from this website, in all the languages of the project partners, by clicking on the links below.
9. Project publications
The articles and press releases about SPACIT that have been published are accessible through the following links and are organized by language.
11. Project results presentations
The SPACIT progress and results have been presented to teachers, teacher trainers and stakeholders, during conferences and/or workshops, on the national and international level, as well as through social networking sites. Some of the slide presentations can be accessed by clicking on the relevant links below.
12. Interim Public Report