The Registration for GeoEd'14 is now open. Please go to: http://geoed14.weebly.com . The Conference will be June 11th in Louisville, KY. Workshops will be June 9 and 10, this is only the registration for the conference, each workshop as they are posted will have their own registration page.
Call for Papers for GeoEd’14. The GeoEd `14 conference will be June 11th at Jefferson Community and Technical... More
Here is my cold/snowy Monday morning post. The GeoTech Center is moving forward on many different projects. The GTCM Updating process is moving forward, contact Rodney Jackson if you want more information on this process. We are working on detailed model courses which are based upon the competency based work done previously in developing course outlines, Rich Schultz is... More
The National Geospatial Technology Center of Excellence, in partnership with Southwestern College (SWC) and San Diego State University (SDSU), will host the sixth annual NGTC Geospatial Technology Summer Workshop. The workshop will be held in the brand new Geospatial Technology Lab on the campus of SDSU from July 8 -11, 2014. The workshop will host high school and community college faculty who have... More
The GeoiTech Center has provided funding to support student participation at the CalGIS conference in Monterrey, CA, April 14-16, 2014. This state-wide conference will bring geospatial leaders together to network and support geospatial technology. Participation by students in the conference will help prepare them to enter a geospatial career. The conference is hosted by the... More
In my second GIST course we are teaching the students the techniques of doing georeferencing and doing heads up digitization of maps. We are using the historical Sanborn fire insurance map of their communities. The students select a map that they will georeference, and a year. Most of these maps from the early 1900s and older are available at no charge, we have used maps from both... More
GeoEd’14 will be June 11th at Jefferson Community and Technical College on the Southwest Campus in Louisville, KY. The paper will be approximately 20 minutes in length. Preconference workshops will be held on June 9 and 10. Workshops can be anywhere from a half of day to two days in length. If you would like to present a paper or workshop please complete the form. Paper/workshops... More
Say that your students are working on a capstone project for their GIS class and are looking for data when they discover a great example on the Internet of a visualization of data that supports their project. Will they know how to evaluate that data source and conclusions the visualization presents or will they use it assuming “if it is on the Internet it must be true?” And when they... More
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 2014 Internship POSITION TITLE GIS Intern
LENGTH OF APPOINTMENT 12 weeks
STIPEND $125 per week + dorm housing included
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
GIS interns needed beginning June 2014 and lasting for 12 weeks for assistance with GIS data creation data management, and technology transfer. Duties will include using ArcGIS Desktop software and Trimble GPS Equipment... More
The expertise and contacts of a MentorLinks mentor within the geospatial technology (GST) community invigorated Kaskaskia College to build an up-to-date GST program that meets employers’ needs. For complete details go to http://www.ccdaily.com/Pages/Workforce-Development/Illinois-college-startsexpands-geospatial-tech-program.aspx .
Don't miss the due date to recognize those you feel have made a difference in Geospatial Education! Geospatial educators and partner organization focused on two-year colleges have largely gone unrecognized for their hard work in creating programs and supporting student success. The GeoTech Center’s National Excellence in Geospatial Education Awards program will recognize them, but we... More