In frames of cooperation between the National Statistical Office of Mongolia (NSO) and the United Nations Statistical Institution for Asia and the Pacific (UNSIAP) first satellite-used real-time distance learning programme on “Basic Concepts of Sampling” will be conducted on Wednesday, 23 February 2011, between 13.00 PM – 16.00 PM. The lecture will be delivered from the e-learning center of the Health Science University of Mongolia, through Japanese satellite, WINDS, communication network operated by JAXA, a quasi governmental organization of Japan.
The training will be attended by the staff from the central and regional statistical offices of Mongolia. Mr. Aloke Car, lecturer of SIAP will give the lecture directly from Tokushima University, Japan.
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is implementing a project on Geographical Information System and Remote sensing with an aim to promote and increase use and develop advanced methodologies of technology and geo-information sciences. The project is financed by JAXA and provides public with data on natural disasters, their development and permanent monitoring, surveying, environmental and climatic changes in Asian countries. Involvement in the above project will prospect our country with wide range of data and information to...
The e-learning training center was established on the basis of this project with collaboration of the National Statistical Office of Mongolia, National Emergency Management Agency and Health Science University of Mongolia.