European Space Agency is funding a competition with €5,000 as first prize for writing a remote sensing lesson
Do you use Earth Observation data for teaching? Or do you use EO data as part of your work and have an idea for a training package?
The European Space Agency is funding a competition with prizes of €5000, €3000 and €2000 as part of the LearnEO! Project.
The prizes will be awarded for the best on-line lessons that provide examples of how satellite data from ESA missions can contribute to better understanding of the world we live in and the challenges we face.
The competition is open to individuals or teams, and the lessons can be suitable for high school/6th form, undergraduate or postgraduate level. Hands-on activities must use Bilko software. Anyone who uses satellite data can participate as an individual or as part of a team. Teams must nominate a first author to act on their behalf. First authors must be over 18 on 1 January 2014.
The closing date for registration is 5 January 2014 and for competition entries is 31 January 2014.
More details and registration at http://www.learn-eo.org/.
Detailed rules for the competition may be found in Terms and Conditions of the Competition, visit: http://www.learn-eo.org/comp/LearnEO_Competition_Rules_201309.pdf