Published 04 Nov 2011
Brian Cameron and colleagues have recently secured a 'Space for all' community award from the UK Space Agency to develop the project: "Remote sensing of the Earth - an educational resource".
The project will help to introduce the principles of remote sensing and its Earth Observation applications (e.g., resources, hazards, and changing environments) to primary and secondary school children across Scotland. It aims to develop classroom resources that will support the teaching, learning, and understanding of remote sensing science to teachers and pupils, and represent a foundation for the understanding of how data are collected and used in research.
The project starts from January 2012 for 9 months.
This article was published on Aug 16, 2010