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Taiz University held a training and dissemination workshop on different products of the EME project to improve the quality of training as well as decision-making for environmental management. The workshop was held on 18 May 2022 in Taiz University.  Participants in the workshop were teachers, researchers and students from: Departments of Geography and Geology of the university as well as Department of the Academic Development and Quality Assurance. The workshop included:

  • Online teaching, important points
  • emGeo and iMSEP for training
  • Pactical use of emGeo and iMSEP

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2 videos of different online presentations, workshops and discussions which took place online during between the 20-26 September 2021

Duration : 54 m 09 s

Duration : 2 h 05 m 58 s


PDF FormatDissemination and ToT Meetings 20-26 September 2021, Online


PDF FormatDissemination and Exploitation Plan



EMME Project on Al Thawra Newspaper, Yemen (November 2019)


EMME project on Uprising Today news, Yemen (November 2019)


PDF FormatBASU and UT have recognized the developed courses in the EMME project. The course materials are already being used in existing courses (March 2020)


Join EMME on Facebook (April 2020)


EMME in the website of University of Tehran: [English] [Farsi]


A Joint meeting between the officials of Faculty of Geography and the representative of Lund University, Sweden


Joint meeting in the Faculty of Geography with a representative of Lund University, Sweden on the Erasmus+ International Joint Project


EMME in the newspapers and news agencies:

Mehr news agency, Iscanews, Tasnim News Agency

In an online meeting with the Vice-Chancellor and the leadership of Bu Ali Sina University, Dr Ali Mansourian presented and discussed the advantages of e-learning and web GIS systems in higher education


Dr Hossein Torabzadeh, presented to the leadership and the academic staff of Bu Ali Sina University, the progress of the EMME project and its outcomes. The important role of spatial methods in improving environmental and natural disaster management was presented and discussed in the meeting