GIS education

“Strategies to Apply GIS in the Classroom” with Kytt MacManus, CIESIN and Steve Kluge, Educational Technology Consultant (April 2009)

“Strategies to Apply GIS in the Classroom” with Kytt MacManus, CIESIN and Steve Kluge, Educational Technology Consultant Originally presented 18 Apr 2009    Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are swiftly becoming a fixture of modern Earth exploration.  Researchers, educators, business owners, government decision makers, and the general public are all reaping the benefits from the wealth of geographic … Continued

Data Collection for GIS – Using GPS and Tabular Data for GIS Mapping with Mark Becker (Oct 2010)

Data Collection for GIS – Using GPS and Tabular Data for GIS Mapping with Mark Becker Originally presented 16 Oct 2010 WITH GREAT SORROW, WE NOTE THE PASSING OF MARK BECKER IN A MULTI-VEHICLE TRAFFIC ACCIDENT IN FEBRUARY 2014. Geographic Information Systems are increasingly being utilized by governments, businesses, and educators to inform decisions and … Continued

“GIS from the Hudson to the Nile: Data Visualization at Local, National, and Global Scales” with Kytt MacManus and Malanding Jaiteh (Sep 2009)

GIS from the Hudson to the Nile: Data Visualization at Local, National, and Global Scales with Kytt MacManus and Malanding Jaiteh  Originally presented 26 Sep 2009 Kytt MacManus and Malanding Jaiteh are Geographic Information Specialists at Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN). CIESIN is part of the Earth Institute at Columbia University. CIESIN works at the intersection … Continued