The GeoTech Center produces a series of white-papers on our research efforts on a continuing basis.
GMCM GeoTech Evaluation
GeoTech Center's April 2012 evaluation of the proposed Geospatial Management Competency Model.
Inventory of Geospatial Workforce Competencies for GIS & Remote Sensing
Consolidation of 12 DACUM Job Analyses including 9 for GIS and 3 for Remote Sensing.
Remote Sensing DACUM Meta-Job Analysis
Consolidation of 3 DACUM Job Analyses for Remote Sensing Specialists conducted in San Jose (2009), Milwaukee (2011) and Denver (2011).
DACUM Job Analysis - Remote Sensing Specialist, CO, 2011
DACUM Job Analysis - Remote Sensing Specialist, WI, 2011
DACUM Job Analysis - Remote Sensing Specialist, CA, 2009
GeoTech Center Quick Fact for New Programs
This one pager contains the most necessary resources for starting a new geospatial academic program.
GIS / Geospatial Technician Workforce Competencies
Workforce tasks (Tier 7) and priority knowledge (Tier 6), skills and behaviors which are associated with the job of GIS/Geospatial Technician. These were identified by industry practioners through a national metaDACUM job analysis process which was conducted by the GeoTech Center in 2010.
What GIS Technicians Do: A Synthesis of DACUM Job Analyses - Supplemental Tables
Supplemental tables for the published article entitled "What GIS Technicians Do: A Synthesis of DACUM Job Analyses"; URISA Journal, Volume 22, Issue 2, 2010. Includes Table 3: DACUM Job Analyses for GIS Technician; Panel Information; Table 4: Tasks Performed by GIS Technicians Organized by Duty Categories; Table 5: Tasks Performed by GIS Technicians Grouped into Duty & Task Categories;... More
What GIS Technicians Do: A Synthesis of DACUM Job Analyses
A consolidation of 8 DACUM Job Analyses for GIS Technicians from across the United States published in the URISA Journal Volume 22, Issue 2, 2010. Includes supplemental tables. Identifies 55 common task categories, 35 knowledge and skill categories and 27 behavior categories which are itemized, ranked and documented. This information can serve as the basis for new job descriptions, curriculum... More