FIG Peer Review Journal


A Blended Educational Training in Surveying and Cadastre (7479)

Ana-Cornelia Badea and Gheorghe Badea (Romania)
Dr. Ana-Cornelia Badea
Associate Professor
Technical University of Civil Engineering
Faculty of Geodesy
Surveying and Cadastre Department
Lacul Tei Blvd., 122-124, 2nd District
Corresponding author Dr. Ana-Cornelia Badea (email: badeacadastru[at], tel.: +40212121208)

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Published on the web 2015-03-31
Received 2014-10-20 / Accepted 2015-02-07
This paper is one of selection of papers published for the FIG Working Week 2015 in Sofia, Bulgaria and has undergone the FIG Peer Review Process.

FIG Working Week 2015
ISBN 978-87-92853-35-6 ISSN 2307-4086


Changes from society in general and from the information society in particular implicitly influence the teaching methods of the education. Teachers need to keep up with new methods of teaching and strive to harmonize the means of interaction with students in the idea to cope with quickly flowing of information and of newest emerging technologies. In this context, universities have made efforts and have accessed European funds and performed functional platforms that provide students access to information. Some modern methods focus on the transfer of information using interactive means of new knowledge assimilation. In this paper we want to present some applications of interactive modules designed to facilitate understanding of the specific concepts of surveying and cadastre and advantages of the blended learning. One of the problems identified is how to ensure the sustainability of these successful initiatives in present, existing some practical issues relevant to consider in the purpose that the results be long term available.
Keywords: Education; Curricula; Cadastre; online; blended learning