We are embarking on a new era in education: one of interactive, up-to-date learning programs with immediate response to the student, one not limited by space or time.
This dynamic learning environment will not replace the current concept of university learning in classrooms, but will complement this process by expanding various learning structures to combine a consortium of experts amplified by virtual classrooms equipped with the most advanced instructions, computations, course evaluation, and management facilities.
Considering the need for an increased professional pool in the field of GeoSpatial Information Technology, our ultimate goal is to develop a highly skilled workforce,
well educated and equipped to lead the development of GeoSpatial Information Technology in the next century. Our goal will be accomplished by integrating three substantial environments: expert-led, self-paced, and collaborative efforts.