Monday, 3 August 2009

TAMK Develops a Unique Learning Environment for Timber Procurement


Science journalist Kalle Heiska has published a report about the new up-to-date learning environment for training in timber procurement under development by TAMK University of Applied Sciences and Tampere University of Technology.

TAMK is developing a unique learning environment which teaches students about the entire complex chain in timber procurement. This is to help forestry students and professionals to achieve a better conception of the significant factors contributing to the chain of timber procurement. The learning environment briefs its user on the various perspectives of forestry actors – the seller, the forestry white-collar worker, the subcontractor and the wood processor.

Read the entire report

Pictured: Jukka Tohu (left), Senior Lecturer at TAMK, and Heikki Vuorinen, Purchaising Manager for UPM-Kymmene Corporation Forest, are developing a learning system which supports holistic thinking on complex and sensitive timber procurement. Photo: Ilkka Vieras

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