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21.09.2017

Funded PhD studentship opportunity for research on Indian and South African smart cities

Smart Cities: ‘Provincializing’ the global urban age in India and South Africa To start: 1st January 2018 Award 2 fully funded Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) 3-year PhD studentship Project The Department of Geography at King’s College, London, and the Institute of Geography at Neuchâtel University (Switzerland) offer two PhD scholarships for the research project “Smart Cities: ‘Provincializing’ the global urban age in India and South Africa”, funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (1st January 2018- 31st December 2020). The research aims to analyse how smart city visions are reshaping cities in India and South Africa (see summary below). One PhD scholarship based at King’s College will be on Indian and another based at the University of Neuchâtel on South African smart cities.


Scholarship based at King’s College

Applications are invited to join King’s College London to work on the case of Indian smart cities. The aim of this research is to investigate how the global discourse around smart cities has been ‘provincialized’ in India. It will analyse globally circulating urban development visions around ICT and data-driven urbanism, their ‘mutations’ in different urban contexts and their ‘hacking’ by ordinary citizens. It seeks to provide detailed genealogies of smart cities through in-depth empirical and comparative case studies on Indian smart cities. The project is interdisciplinary and internationally comparative in nature and will suit a highly motivated and enthusiastic graduate with background in human geography, planning, urban sociology, architecture, anthropology and other cognate disciplines. The student will be expected to build on their existing experience, develop their potential and acquire new skills in the area of postcolonial urban futures.

The studentship will be based in the Urban Futures research domain in the Department of Geography, Strand Campus, King’s College London. Research in the Department engages with global grand challenges and pressing environmental, urban and social issues such as climate change, disasters, smart cities, risk regulation, water, and human migration. We undertake field research in over 70 countries located in all five continents and our research findings contribute to public debates and policy development on global, national and local scales.

Supervisor

Dr Ayona Datta (ayona.datta@kcl.ac.uk)

Entry requirements

The applicant should have (or be expected to obtain) a Master’s degree in human geography (or cognate subject) with a 2:1 or 1st class honours in a subject relevant to the proposed project. Skills in qualitative methodologies as well as (possibly) in quantitative methodologies (esp. webscraping, data bases) are necessary. Prior knowledge of or experience with research on India is desireable.

We expect the applicant to be scientifically ambitious, to have a strong interest in interdisciplinary research and to be autonomous in their work. We also expect them to present the results of the research in international conferences and jointly authored publications with the project team.

Award type and eligibility

A 3-year full-time PhD studentship funded by SNSF, with a full stipend including funding for tuition fees (at ‘home rates’ only) and conference attendance.  If the candidate is ineligible for the home rate, then they will be expected to cover the difference in fees.

How to apply

Applicants must please send

(1) a CV (including degree classification for any prior degrees) of no more than 3 pages;

(2) a supporting statement of between 1 and 2 pages setting out how your skills, experience, attributes and interests equip you for this PhD; and

(3) a short covering letter including contact details for two academic referees;

by email to sga-research@kcl.ac.uk no later than 5pm on 29th September. Please include “Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) 3-year PhD studentship” in the subject line.

Please note there is no need to include a Research Proposal in your application as the project has already been set.

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

You are welcome to email Dr Ayona Datta (primary supervisor) for more information regarding the project and studentship.

Closing Date: Friday 29th September 2017

Interviews: TBC - October 2017. You will be asked to provide samples of writing if you are shortlisted for interview.

Further Information

About the Urban Futures research domain

About the Department of Geography at King’s College London

Research degrees at the Department of Geography

About the Supervisor

Scholarship based at the University of Neuchâtel

Applications are invited to join the University of Neuchâtel to work on the case of South African smart cities. The aim of this research is to investigate how the global discourse around smart cities has been ‘provincialized’ in South Africa. It will analyse globally circulating urban development visions around ICT and data-driven urbanism, their ‘mutations’ in different urban contexts and their ‘hacking’ by ordinary citizens. It seeks to provide detailed genealogies of smart cities through in-depth empirical and comparative case studies on Indian smart cities. The project is interdisciplinary and internationally comparative in nature and will suit a highly motivated and enthusiastic graduate with background in human geography, planning, urban sociology, architecture, anthropology and other cognate disciplines. The student will be expected to build on their existing experience, develop their potential and acquire new skills in the area of postcolonial urban futures.

The studentship will be based in the Institute of Geography, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland. Research in the Institute investigates major contemporary challenges such as urban development, securitization, climate change and international migrations. Our research contributes to public debate in Switzerland on these major challenges.

Supervisor

Ola Söderström (ola.soderstrom@unine.ch)

Entry requirements

The applicant should have (or be expected to obtain) a Master’s degree in human geography, or cognate disciplines in the social sciences. Skills in qualitative methodologies as well as (possibly) in quantitative methodologies (esp. webscraping, data bases) are necessary. Prior knowledge of or experience with research on South Africa is desireable.

We expect the applicant to be scientifically ambitious, to have a strong interest in interdisciplinary research and to be autonomous in their work. We also expect them to present the results of the research in international conferences and jointly authored publications with the project team.

Award type and eligibility

A 3-year full-time PhD studentship funded by SNSF, with a full stipend including funding for fieldwork expenses and conference attendance. 

How to apply

Applicants must please send:

(1) a CV (including degree classification for any prior degrees) of no more than 3 pages;

(2) a supporting statement of between 1 and 2 pages setting out how your skills, experience, attributes and interests equip you for this PhD; and

(3) a short covering letter including contact details for two academic referees;

by email to secretariat.geographie@unine.ch no later than 5pm on 29th September. Please include “Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) 3-year PhD studentship” in the subject line.

Please note there is no need to include a Research Proposal in your application as the project has already been set.

You are welcome to email Prof. Ola Söderström (primary supervisor) for more information regarding the project and studentship.

References must be received by the deadline for the applicant to be eligible.

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Closing Date: Friday 29th September 2017

Interviews: TBC - October 2017. You will be asked to provide samples of writing if you are shortlisted for interview.

Further Information

About the Department of Geography at the University of Neuchâtel

About the Swiss Doctoral Programme in Western Switzerland

About the Supervisor

 

 

Research Summary: Smart Cities: ’Provincializing’ the global urban age in India and South Africa

 

                The aim of this research is to investigate how the global discourse around smart cities has been ‘provincialized’ in India and South Africa. Smart cities as an ‘efficient’ solution to the challenges of urban planning and governance has gained traction since 2000 because of the deep involvement of global IT companies, the support of funding programmes from EU, the UK Department for International Development, USAid and the interest of national governments and urban municipalities. As a consequence, retrofitted smart city ‘packages’ or fully-fledged smart ‘city in a box’ are increasingly making their way into national agendas in the Global South. In this context, the question we ask is: How are smart city visions reshaping cities in India and South Africa?

 

Through a comparative study of smart cities in India and South Africa, this research will analyse globally circulating urban development visions around ICT and data-driven urbanism, their ‘mutations’ in different urban contexts and their ‘hacking’ by urban social movements. It seeks to provide detailed genealogies of smart cities through in-depth empirical and comparative case studies in particular national contexts. In doing so, it will bridge the gaps in current scholarship on smart cities which either take a techno-managerial approach advocating ubiquitous and efficient use of data or a social-critical approach based on a one-size fits all narrative ‘that inhibit making sense of and refashioning the smart city agenda’ (Kitchin 2015a). Conceptually, this project will move beyond mere critiques of smart city ‘toolkits’ to develop the notion of ‘Smart Urbanism’ (SU) (Luque-Ayala and Marvin 2015a) as a field located at the intersection of postcolonial urbanism, digital citizenships and visions of urban futures. Empirically it seeks to establish the contested nature of the ‘actually existing smart city’ (Shelton et al. 2014) through an investigation on how smart cities affects the agendas and initiatives of municipalities as well as the resistances and counter-initiatives of urban social movements.

 

In this project, we take ‘provincialization’ (Chakrabarty 2000) as an analytical tool to direct research on how alternative knowledges about the smart city are produced from the margins of cities, neighbourhoods and populations deeply rooted in historic social inequalities. This will form the basis of developing a new empirical and theoretical research agenda around ‘smart urbanism’ that captures the local historical, political and alternative forms of data-driven urbanism from the grassroots. In order to test the hypothesis, the project suggests that the following insights - which closely follow those suggested by Kitchin (2015) in order to overcome present shortcomings in current scholarship on the smart city - are required:

1) How visions of urban development in India and South Africa are being shaped by the logics and practices of the ICT-driven city;

2) How these visions gain social and political credence, restructure local and national policy initiatives and unfold over time in existing cities;

3) Genealogies of urban development within local planning and governance initiatives which uphold the refashioning of existing cities into smart cities;

4) Ways that these visions are contested and disrupted at the scale of local citizens and civil society.

The project puts forward that a combination of political economy and ethnographically driven methods are the best way to provide these insights. It is organised in two phases. The first phase will involve a systematic survey of retrofitted smart cities in India and South Africa aiming to produce a comparative analysis of the emergence and development of smart city initiatives in those two contexts. In the second phase, the project will focus on three cities in each country with differing smart city strategies and public debates. The aim will be a comparative ’thick description’ of grassroots movements and initiatives that hack into and disrupt the top-down visions of smart cities and claim rights to a range of urban spaces. The first phase will involve mixed-methods of web-based research, mapping, visual and textual document analysis; while the second phase will involve detailed documentary search, semi-structured interviews, ethnography and observations, in addition to the previous methods. The results will contribute to knowledge on urban development and policymaking around smart cities and on the opportunities and risks of smart urbanism in cities of the Global South.



19.09.2017

ZELENE STENE - Konferenca Vertical Plant Life_Biotehniški center Naklo

TEMA KONFERENCE: ZELENE STENE


Spoštovani,

 

v mesecu oktobru, 5.10.2017 v Biotehniškem centru Naklo poteka zaključna

konferenca mednarodnega projekta Vertical Plant Life / Vertikalne ozelenitve.

 

Program konference obsega predstavitev projekta in njegovih rezultatov na področju izobraževanja za vzdrževanje in izgradnjo zelenih sten, ključne govorce, predstavnike domačih in tujih podjetij ter praktično predstavitev notranje in zunanje zelene stene v Biotehniškem centru Naklo. Strokovnjaki bodo združili svoja mnenja v diskusiji, odgovarjali na vprašanja in približali pomen zelene infrastrukture na okrogli mizi konference.

 

Program konference, prijavni obrazec, opis govorcev in projekta najdete na:

slovenska povezava: https://konferencaverticalplantlifebcnaklo.wordpress.com/

angleška povezava: https://verticalplantlifeconferencebcnaklo.wordpress.com/

 

Z izgradnjo in vzdrževanjem zelenih sten, kamor zasajamo okrasne in užitne rastline, pomembno vplivamo na kakovost življenja predvsem v urbanih območjih. Zelene stene imajo trajnostno pozitiven vpliv na življenje prebivalcev in drugih živih bitij in bi morale biti sestavni del ukrepov strategij zelene infrastrukture. Bivalna prihodnost urbanega prebivalstva se sooča z okoljskimi in prostorskimi problemi. Izgradnja zelenih sten je ena od rešitev, ki ustvarja pogoje za uravnoteženo sobivanje sodobnega človeka z naravo.

 

Zožana notranja stena_BC Naklo

 

Udeleženci konference boste imeli čas za druženje, izmenjavo kontaktov in izkušenj.

 

Lepo vabljeni!

 

Konferenca bo potekala v angleškem jeziku in je brezplačna.

 

Lep pozdrav,

Martina Kramarič, vodja projekta



19.09.2017

Odprte prijave za mlade iskalce zaposlitve iz Goriške in Obalno-kraške regije

Pridruži se, izboljšaj svoje kompetence in se zaposli v lokalnem okolju!


Si mlad/-a od 15 do 29 let? Iščeš zaposlitev? Zaključuješ šolanje? Bi se rad/-a zaposlil/-a v svojem lokalnem okolju? Pridruži se nam! Pomagali ti bomo do ustrezne zaposlitve.

Mladi, ki vstopajo na trg dela, se pogosto srečujejo z ovirami pri iskanju (prve) zaposlitve. Ovire se največkrat kažejo v pomanjkanju delovnih izkušenj in praktičnih znanj. S projektom 'Lokalno partnerstvo za povečanje zaposlovanja mladih na lokalnem trgu dela' mladim pomagamo premagovati omenjene ovire.

Na voljo imamo še dve projektni aktivnosti:

  1. Uvodno usposabljanje za vse udeležence (Udeleženci bodo pridobili vrsto teoretičnih in praktičnih znanj za lažji prehod na trg dela. Izobraževali se bodo na vsebinah, ki odgovarjajo na izražene potrebe lokalnega okolja po novih kadrih);
  2. Praktično delo pri mladinskih in drugih organizacijah (Udeleženci bodo v mladinskih in drugih organizacijah z aktivnim sodelovanjem pri izvedbi konkretnih projektov krepili kompetence kot je timsko delo, samoiniciativnost, prilagodljivost, odgovornost - kompetence, ki so dobrodošle na vsakem delovnem mestu.);
  3. Usposabljanje na delovnem mestu pri izbranem lokalnem delodajalcu (Udeleženci bodo vključeni v praktično usposabljanje pri izbranem lokalnem delodajalcu, kjer bodo pridobili znanja in izkušnje za potencialno zaposlitev. Usposabljanje bo potekalo pod mentorstvom strokovnjaka iz podjetja).

PRIJAVIŠ SE LAHKO, ČE USTREZAŠ POGOJEM:

- starost od 15 do vključno 29 let

- aktivni iskalec / aktivna iskalka zaposlitve

- stalno prebivališče v Goriški regiji ali v Obalno-kraški regiji

NE ZAMUDI TE PRILOŽNOSTI IN SE PRIDRUŽI. POHITI, ŠTEVILO MEST JE OMEJENO. SVOJO PRIJAVO ODDAŠ PREKO SPLETNEGA OBRAZCA*: KLIKNI TUKAJ

* Po prejemu prijave te bomo kontaktirali glede nadaljnjih informacij vključitve.

Sodelovanje so že potrdila lokalna podjetja in mladinske ter druge organizacije iz občine Ajdovščina in Sežana!

Vabljeni k spremljanju naše spletne strani (http://www.mladi-in-obcina.si/), kjer vas bomo obveščali z vsemi potrebnimi informacijami. Za vse informacije smo dosegljivi tudi po elektronski pošti in telefonu.

 

Inštitut za mladinsko politiko

Tel.: 040 657 676

Nina Bavčar Čargo, nina.cargo@institut-imp.si

Matjaž Zgonik, matjaz.zgonik@institut-imp.si


DATOTEKE
letak-vabilo_prijava_1.pdf
reklama_prijava_e-posta.pdf


18.09.2017

Prostovoljci na 17. Festivalu za tretje življenjsko obdobje

Med svoje vrste ponovno vabimo prostovoljce vseh starosti! Poletje se počasi izteka, priprave na letošnji, že 17., Festival za tretje življenjsko obdobje pa so že v polnem teku. V Cankarjevem domu se bomo družili, izobraževali in veselili od torka, 26. septembra, do četrtka, 28. septembra 2017.


Tudi v letošnjem letu k sodelovanju vabimo prostovoljce vseh starosti, ki nam bodo pomagali pri izvedbi festivala. Sodelujete lahko na različnih področjih: kot vodič/vodička po festivalu, pomoč pri koordinaciji kulturnega ali izobraževalnega programa, spremstvo tujih delegacij, informiranje obiskovalcev na info točkah festivala…

 

Na festivalu se nam lahko pridružite kolikor vam dopušča čas - vse tri dni ali pa samo en dan.

 

Vse kar morate narediti je, da oddate prijavo prek spletnega obrazca, ki ga najdete na povezavi: http://www.f3zo.si/ljubljana/za-sodelujoce/prostovoljstvo/

 

Prav tako lahko za opravljeno delo dobite potrdilo o opravljenem delu.

 

Zadnji rok za prijavo je 18. september 2017.

 

Se vidimo!

Petra Podgoršek
Pomočnica vodje projektov/Project Manager Assistant

T: +386 1 300 32 05
F: +386 1 300 32 07
petra.podgorsek@proevent.si



12.09.2017

Javno nastopno predavanje dr. Tatjane Marvin in dr. Vanese Matajc


V prilogah sta obvestili o javnih nastopnih predavanjih:

  • dr. Tatjane Marvin ob izvolitvi  v naziv redne profesorice in
  • dr. Vanese Matajc ob izvolitvi  v naziv redne profesorice.

     


DATOTEKE
obvestilo_-_inavguracijsko_p._red._prof._dr._tatjana_marvin.pdf
obvestilo_-_inavguracijsko_p_red._prof._dr._vanesa_matajc.pdf


11.09.2017

Zagovori zaključnih del Odd. za geo. UL FF, sept/okt 2017

Obveščamo vas, da bodo na oddelku za geografijo v septembru in oktobru potekali zagovori zaključnih del študentov po naslednjem razporedu.


V ponedeljek, 18. 09. 2017,  v predavalnici 233 Filozofske fakultete

 

ob 09:00 uri
Miha Drobnič: Poučevanja krasa na primeru Županove jame
Člani komisije:
red. prof. dr. Dejan Rebernik
izr. prof. dr. Tatjana Resnik Planinc    
izr. prof. dr. Simon Kušar
izr. prof. dr. Uroš Stepišnik

 

ob 10:00 uri
Tina Uršič: Trajnostni razvoj pri pouku v srednjih šolah: Študija primera gimnazije Jurija Vege Idrija
Člani komisije:
izr. prof. dr. Uroš Stepišnik
izr. prof. dr. Damijan Štefanc
izr. prof. dr. Simon Kušar    
izr. prof. dr. Tatjana Resnik Planinc
red. prof. dr. Robert Kroflič    

 

ob 11:00 uri
Timotej Trček: Geografsko-zgodovinska učna pot v Žireh
Člani komisije:
izr. prof. dr. Uroš Stepišnik
izr. prof. dr. Simon Kušar    
izr. prof. dr. Tatjana Resnik Planinc
red. prof. dr. Danijela Trškan    

 

ob 12:00 uri
Klemen Cof: Rekonstrukcija Soškega ledenika s pomočjo geografskih informacijskih sistemov
Člani komisije:
izr. prof. dr. Uroš Stepišnik
izr. prof. dr. Simon Kušar    
red. prof. dr. Dejan Rebernik
    
ob 13:00 uri
Katja Klemenčič: Vpliv tematske poti na lokalni razvoj v KS Dob pri Šentvidu
Člani komisije:
izr. prof. dr. Uroš Stepišnik
izr. prof. dr. Simon Kušar        
red. prof. dr. Dejan Rebernik

 

ob 14:00 uri
Miha Brvar: Geografski vidiki zadolževanja slovenskih občin
Člani komisije:
izr. prof. dr. Uroš Stepišnik
izr. prof. dr. Simon Kušar        
red. prof. dr. Dejan Rebernik
        


V torek, 19. 09. 2017,  v predavalnici 232 Filozofske fakultete

 

ob 08:00 uri
Petra Udrih: Določanje ogroženosti zaradi snežnih plazov v Kamniško-Savinjskih Alpah s pomočjo geografskih informacijskih sistemov
Člani komisije:
doc. dr. Blaž Repe
doc. dr. Dejan Cigale    
izr. prof. dr. Irma Potočnik Slavič    

 

ob 09:00 uri
Barbara Žabota: Vpliv prostorske ločljivosti digitalnega modela višin na napoved odlaganja skalnih podorov
Člani komisije:
doc. dr. Blaž Repe
doc. dr. Milan Kobal
doc. dr. Dejan Cigale    
izr. prof. dr. Irma Potočnik Slavič    

 

ob 10:00 uri
Simon Koblar: Predlog alternativnega omrežja javnega potniškega prometa v Ljubljanski urbani regiji
Člani komisije:
doc. dr. Blaž Repe
dr. Aljaž Plevnik
doc. dr. Dejan Cigale    
izr. prof. dr. Irma Potočnik Slavič    

 

ob 11:00 uri
Lara Martinčič: 3D modeliranje in prikazi z uporabo LIDARsko zajetih podatkov
Člani komisije:
doc. dr. Blaž Repe
doc. dr. Dejan Cigale    
izr. prof. dr. Irma Potočnik Slavič    

 

ob 12:00 uri
Tilen Sirše: Turizem v občini Trbovlje - s poudarkom na pohodništvu ter rudarskem turizmu
Člani komisije:
doc. dr. Blaž Repe
doc. dr. Dejan Cigale    
izr. prof. dr. Irma Potočnik Slavič

 


V sredo, 20. 09. 2017,  v predavalnici 232 Filozofske fakultete

 

ob 09:00 uri
Alen Červ: Vpliv lastniške strukture na razvoj romskih naselij: analiza primerov v Sloveniji in na Slovaškem
Člani komisije:
izr. prof. dr. Jernej Zupančič    
izr. prof. dr. Darko Ogrin
doc. dr. Barbara Lampič    

 

ob 10:00 uri
Nina Prešeren: Geografska in sociološka analiza obmejnega območja v Beli krajini
Člani komisije:
izr. prof. dr. Jernej Zupančič    
izr. prof. dr. Damjan Mandelc
izr. prof. dr. Darko Ogrin
doc. dr. Barbara Lampič    

 

ob 11:00 uri
Teja Rupčič: Romsko naselje Lokve pri Črnomlju
Člani komisije:
izr. prof. dr. Jernej Zupančič
izr. prof. dr. Darko Ogrin
doc. dr. Barbara Lampič    

 

ob 12:00 uri
Nataša Vukajlović: Organiziranost srbske skupnosti v Sloveniji
Člani komisije:
izr. prof. dr. Jernej Zupančič
izr. prof. dr. Darko Ogrin
doc. dr. Barbara Lampič        

 

ob 13:00 uri
Tjaša Kodela: Dejavniki vpliva na dekompozicijo, stabilne izotope in distribucijo glavnih elementov in elementov v sledeh na primeru šotnih barij Šijec (Slovenija) in Harz (Nemčija)
Člani komisije:
izr. prof. dr. Darko Ogrin
dr. Klaus-Holger Knorr
doc. dr. Barbara Lampič    
izr. prof. dr. Jernej Zupančič

 


V četrtek, 05. 10. 2017,  v 023 – seminarska soba Filozofske fakultete

 

ob 09:00 uri
Maja Pirnat: Študija ranljivosti okolja za občino Šoštanj
Člani komisije:
izr. prof. dr. Matej Ogrin    
izr. prof. dr. Marko Krevs
doc. dr. Katja Vintar Mally    

 

ob 10:00 uri
Kaja Lipuš: Razvojne možnosti ekološkega čebelarstva v Zgornji Savinjski dolini
Člani komisije:
doc. dr. Katja Vintar Mally
izr. prof. dr. Matej Ogrin        
izr. prof. dr. Marko Krevs



11.09.2017

Razpis kandidacijskega postopka za prodekana študenta.


 V priponki je razpis kandidacijskega postopka za prodekana študenta.


DATOTEKE
razpis_kandidacijskega_postopka_za_prodekana_studenta.pdf


11.09.2017

4. SLOVENSKI PODEŽELSKI PARLAMENT

Na pobudo Društva za razvoj slovenskega podeželja organizirajo partnerji Mreže za podeželje   4. SLOVENSKI PODEŽELSKI PARLAMENT.   Okoli 300 predstavnikov slovenskega in evropskega podeželja se bo zbralo 21. in 22. septembra 2017 v GRM Novo mesto. Prijavite se lahko do 15. septembra 2017.


V prisotnosti vidnih predstavnikov strokovne in politične javnosti bodo razpravljali o aktualnih izzivih slovenskega podeželja s poudarkom na lokalnih ekonomijah. V desetih vsebinskih sklopih bodo iskali možnosti sobivanja podeželja in kmetijstva.

 

Strokovno podporo programu nudijo Kmetijsko gozdarska zbornica Slovenije, Zadružna zveza Slovenije, GZS – Zbornica kmetijskih in živilskih podjetij in Zveza podeželske mladine Slovenije ob finančni podpori Ministrstva za kmetijstvo, gozdarstvo in prehrano, Ministrstva za gospodarski razvoj in tehnologijo in programa Europe for Citizens. Prijave za udeležbo bodo organizatorji zbirali od 1. avgusta do 10. septembra.

 

Več o vsebini in povezavo za prijavo najdete na spletnih straneh www.program-podezelja.si in www.drustvo-podezelje.si oz. v spodnjih priponkah.

 

​Vabljeni, da se dogodka udeležite v čim večjem številu.

 

Maja Sirše,

članica programskega odbora 4. slovenskega p

odeželskega parlamenta


DATOTEKE
program30avg.pdf
vabilo30avg_link.pdf


05.09.2017

Razpis za delovno mesto

VISOKOŠOLSKI SODELAVEC ASISTENT ZA GEOGRAFIJO (Ž/M)


Filozofska fakulteta Univerze v Ljubljani razpisuje delovno mesto asistenta na Oddelku za geografijo.

 

Delovno mesto:

VISOKOŠOLSKI SODELAVEC ASISTENT ZA GEOGRAFIJO (Ž/M)

  • v nazivu asistent za geografijo
  • za nedoločen čas, s polnim delovnim časom 40 ur tedensko

 

Rok za prijavo: 8 dni, do vključno 13. 9. 2017.

 

Več informacij najdete v prilogi.

 


DATOTEKE
asistent_za_geografijo.doc


04.09.2017

Raziskava o rabi spletnih učilnic v terciarnem izobraževanju

Vabilo k sodelovanju v anketi.


Pozdravljeni! 

 

Na Oddelku za psihologijo s prof. Cirilo Peklaj izvajava raziskavo o rabi spletnih učilnic v terciarnem izobraževanju. Upava, da bodo rezultati raziskave pripomogli k evalvaciji stanja na področju uporabe spletnih učilnic in njihovi kakovostnejši uporabi. ​Hvaležni bova, če izpolnete  anketo:

https://www.1ka.si/a/137178

 

Prijazen pozdrav, Mojca Poredoš