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TweetPANalytical NIR is today reminding graduate students to submit their proposals by October 15 for a chance to be awarded a remote sensing instrument that will enhance their research projects. Students will be awarded either the FieldSpec 4 or Handheld … Continue reading
TweetYes indeed, once again you can start thinking about GIS… Obviously, what I’m talking about is the 5th edition of one of the most popular GIS / GeoTech books to ever hit the market, Thinking About GIS authored by Roger … Continue reading
TweetThe current year of BCIT GIS students started their classes the first week of September. Part of their course load is to locate a sponsor, who will undertake a project or practicum with them in the January – May 2014 … Continue reading
TweetSomething new from Microsoft designed to reduce the commercialization of student Web searches performed on the school network. Bing for Schools also enhances privacy protections, sets strict filters to help block adult content and adds specialized learning features to promote … Continue reading
TweetHere’s an interesting open resource that enables book publishers to easily publish school textbooks in a tablet ready, mobile format (Android and iOS). Teachers use the Content Management Website to select existing courses or to create new courses by mixing … Continue reading
TweetA cool story on a popular topic that rears its head every year or so, students and their lack of geographic skills and understanding of the Earth. Imagine a group of Canadian University students not being able to locate the … Continue reading
TweetSave the date, August 15 for the next GCS “Big Data” webinar this one with a focus on mobility. In the second Geospatial Big Data webinar, GCS will demonstrate how it builds mobile applications as part of Big Data solutions … Continue reading
TweetAn interesting idea from American sentinel U re. competency based learning in Geospatial. American Sentinel University’s GIS program chair, Stephen McElroy, Ph.D., GISP, will highlight how the university’s badge system is used to document competency-based geospatial learning as part of … Continue reading
TweetAn amazing new effort from Penn State (PSU) kicks off this week in the form of a massive, online EDU offering – enter Maps and the Geospatial Revolution. In just 6-9 hours a week, students can enjoy this online offering … Continue reading
TweetThere’s no doubt that the Colorado Geek and hacking community is second to none! The recent Hack4Colorado event that took place May 31, 2013 is a great example for anyone interested in hacking or planning a similar hackathon or hackfest… … Continue reading
TweetHave you taken advantage of the free, live training offered by the team at Esri? Today (May 30) Jeff and David from the mobile team will be offering up some valuable training on using data with collector for ArcGIS – … Continue reading
TweetSomething quite awesome from Google on the horizon, in particular, a great opportunity for educators and those involved in Geo at the higher education level – enter Geo for Higher Education Summit. Taking place July at the Googleplex in MountainView, … Continue reading