Some online events of interest to those who are curious about learning more on the topic of online and distance learning via Rich Schultz
Join Glenn and Rich as they discuss the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the effect on the GIS and geospatial technology sector, in particular education and E (online) learning.
The majority of collegiate degree programs treat geospatial technologies as a set of bolt-on courses to traditional underlying geography, ecology, or computer information systems core program of study. This approach was reasonable five or more years ago when the full swath of geospatial technologies was not as full as it is now. However, advents in […]
Some Week-end / or summer vacation Reading and professional development for the geodev, mobile developer, or wannabe tech professional…
The Library of Congress will celebrate GIS (Geographic Information Systems) Day on Nov. 16 with an all-day series of talks on the use of GIS technology in the federal government, the private sector, academia and K-12 schools.
A tip about some educational “GEo Social” events coming up for the student crowd in 2016 via GoGeomatics
Organizations are increasingly demanding the ability to integrate high-resolution satellite imagery into a geographic information system (GIS). Such capabilities would let them perform workflows and analyses ranging from simple to complex.
New York, NY – Riverside Research, a not-for-profit company primarily serving the Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community, has partnered with theUnited States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) to create the Ken Miller Scholarship for Advanced Remote Sensing Applications.
After the 1st edition which gathered over 2000 people, the 2nd session of MOOC FlotRisCo, coastal societies to coastal hazards, opens from 9 May to 25 June 2016.
High School Students Raise Awareness for Watershed Health with Story Maps