Geoinformation is created by manipulating spatial data in a computerized system.
Systems can include computers and networks, standards and protocols for data use and
exchange between users within a range of different applications. [Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geoinformation]
If you want to learn more about Geoinformation, just link to the following site:
Webmapping is the process of designing, implementing, generating
and delivering maps on the World Wide Web. [Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_mapping]
Web Map Services (WMS) produce maps of spatially referenced data dynamically from geographic information.
These Maps can be delivered from server in different formats and displayed by suitable client applications.
The Open Source product OpenLayers is a pure
E-learning is an all-encompassing term generally used to refer to computer-enhanced learning.
Advantages of e-learning often include flexibility and convenience for the learner especially if they
have other commitments, facilitation of communication between learners, greater adaptability to a
learner's needs, more variety in learning experience with the use of multimedia. [Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E-Learning]
To explore an exemplary e-learning-plattform, please link to the following site:
GIS - fundamentals and practice is an exemplary e-learning application with integrated
expedient didactic media in the field of Geographical Information Systems.
It was developed in the context of my degree disseration in 2001 (supported by the ministry for
science, education and art of Baden-Württemberg).