By Marjo Jussila, Lapland University of Applied Sciences Article with similar content in Finnish has previously been published in Lapland UAS blog. Link to Lapland UAS blog-page:...
Exploring, learning, doing – capacity building status
The Northern parts of the World Heritage Struve Geodetic Arc project team has gathered a huge amount of background information concerning the Struve Geodetic Arc, starting from archives and proceeding but not limited to many site visits and collaboration with experts....
Struve – join the Business Journey challenge
Here in Northern parts of Finland, Sweden and Norway, we have many places which helped people to define the exact size and shape of the Earth in past. 11 of them are listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites! Still, there is only a limited number of cultural events, services and products related to Struve Geodetic Arc, and as lovely as the existing ones are, we believe there is potential for more. Do you agree? Spring 2021 will open up a chance to learn more about Struve Geodetic Arc, tourism development and networks working around this unique cultural heritage theme.
Ever wanted to be an Explorer? Learning along Struve Geodetic Arc
How can a World Heritage site offer a new perspective into learning? How can multidisciplinary and community learning in the spirit of the new curriculum be put into practice? How can successful experiential projects be run? This learning journey gives examples on how a school can utilize Struve Geodetic Arc.