Duration: January 1, 2023 – December 31, 2025

Funding: European Commission, Erasmus+ CBHE Program, 101083003–Li4LaM–ERASMUS-EDU-2022-CBHE

Sustainable management of the resource “Land” requires up-to date and detailed geoinformation for decision-makers. Well-educated land administration (LA) professionals are providing this information for the tasks of land management by using satellite images, photogrammetry, and geoinformation technologies (GIS). Li4LaM aims to improve knowledge, skills and competences of LA students on collecting, interpreting, and analysing geodata. Li4LaM develops and provides state-of-the-art teaching and learning materials for in total 12 existing modules of LA relevant study programs offered at four Ethiopian universities. For each of the Ethiopian partner universities also one new module (5 ECTS) is developed tailored to the specific needs of land management in their region, and one module (10 ECTS) is elaborated for Lifelong-Learning (LLL) courses aiming to upskill local LA experts. For all modules, learning and teaching material is prepared for being delivered as online courses as well as for on-site courses. European partners will use selected parts of the material. For the four ETH partner institutions, a LLL strategy is developed and a handbook for quality assurance and accreditation processes for LLL is elaborated. Ethiopian universities have a severe lack of textbooks. Li4LaM will bridge this gap as teaching and learning material is provided in an electronic format, enabling a broader access for Ethiopian students. Teaching videos, animations, recorded lectures, pdf-textbooks, etc. can be downloaded from Learning Management Systems, which are implemented by Li4LaM for all Ethiopian project partners. Li4LaM will enhance pedagogic and didactical skills as well as the competence to develop state-of-the art teaching and learning material for all project partners in general and for the Ethiopian partners in particular. European project members benefited from the pandemic situation of the last two years, as the pandemic forced them to adopt distance-learning techniques.

Project Partners:

Partners with EU:

  • Technische Universität Wien (TUW) - Project Coordinator;
  • University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU)
  • University of Agriculture Krakow (UAK),
  • University Lubljana (UL)

Partners with Etiopia:

  • Debre Markos University (DMU),
  • Bahir Dar University (BDU),
  • Wolodia University (WU),
  • Addis Ababa University (AAU),


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