Teaching GIS? Don't miss this December 20 deadline!
The iGETT: Remote Sensing project offers 18 months of professional development in remote sensing and the integration of remote sensing and GIS. We welcome applications from faculty who teach GIS at two-year colleges, and at high schools and four-year institutions that are interested in collaborating with two-year programs. ... More
This month's newsletter features articles about "Recruitment & Retention" and the "Borough of Manhattan".
Please take a few moments to peruse the November issue of the GeoTech Center's Newsletter by going to https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=iwlsajJgloJMwjMMeKy7IQ or... More
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 need your help! Three Awards have been created that will provide recognition for Excellence in Geospatial... More
Ocean Science 2014 - Professional Development Opportunity for Two Year College Faculty focused on Oceanography
Geospatial technology is being used to study our oceans. While this opportunity is not focused on geospatial technology, it can be a great opportunity to help integrate geospatial technology into more programs and to update your programs studying this vast portion of our Earth. ANNOUNCEMENT OF AN OPPORTUNITY FOR FACULTY WHO TEACH OCEANOGRAPHY OR OTHER OCEAN SCIENCE FOCUSED COURSES... More
iGETT-Remote Sensing is an 18-month professional development program for faculty who teach Geographic Information Systems (GIS) at two-year colleges, and at high schools and four-year institutions that are interested in collaborating with two-year programs.
Hands-on instruction at two summer institutes and in monthly webinars will enable participants to:
- Identify, download, and analyze appropriate... More
There are 9 workshops open for the annual KAMP meeting as part of the pre-conference event on September 30 in Louisville KY.
Workshops include Imagery and LiDAR;
Surveying 101 for GIS Professionals;
URISA Certified Workshop: Field Automation;
US Census Bureau Geospatial Tools;
ArcGIS Online for Organization and Business Analysis;
ArcGIS Server 10.1;
Geoprocessing with Python;
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As students return to campus, this might be a good resource for you to point them to. The questions would be good as an "entrance" and "exit" exam, and really makes one think in new ways. See below for details from... More
The GeoTech Center is happy to report that the Spatial Plexus'13 conference will be held at Georgia Tech on November 4 to the 6th in Atlanta, GA. The GeoTech Center will be sponsoring up to 50 registrations for the conference. If you are a community college educator and would like to be considered for a GeoTech sponsored registration please send an email to GeoTech@kctcs.edu... More
Using the revolutionary new FUF technology, a wireless mobile device with fully integrated mapping is now available for less than $5 in most worldwide locations. See the demonstration .
Public Participation GIS: Using GIS to Support Community Decision Making is a 90 minute webinar that gives attendees an opportunity to explore the use of GIS in community decision making. This webinar will focus on the process of entering into engagements, the utilization of GIS techniques and software that can be adapted for use in community settings. Examples of both government and community-led... More