The first workshop of the PECUS project, originally scheduled for the end of April 2020 at the University of Newcastle, was held online due to the restrictions caused by the Coronavirus emergency.
The working group included staff from the University of Newcastle, the Catholic University of Valencia, the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, the University of Iceland, and U-Space srl.
The 15 participants engaged in several collective exercises aimed at understanding the use of Fuzzy Cognitive Mapping.
The Mental Modeler software was used for editing the maps.
Watch this video for a quick overview.
A second leg of the teachers’ workshop was held online and entailed further exercises with Fuzzy Cognitive Maps applied to the topic of transformation of transhumance landscapes.
Press releases and links
Presentation of project activities; what is Fuzzy Cognitive Mapping; first project workshop; and more.
A real transhumance activity; interviews to project partners; second leg of first project workshop; and more.