Category Archives: Arts and Humanities
a lecture by Chet Van Duzer 2-4 pm, Saturday, October 7 Fisk 208
WesGIS Workshop: Integrating surveys and mobile mapping with Survey123 Friday April 21, 2017 1:30-2:30 pm PAC 100 Combine the power of smart forms and geography! Survey123 is a simple and intuitive form-centric data gathering solution for creating, sharing, and analyzing … Continue reading →
Introductory GIS students presented their community-based service-learning projects in early December. Read about their projects at the Hartford Courant, Wesleyan’s Engage blog, and Wesleyan News.
One of the more interesting set of maps for the US 2016 Presidential Election. The maps show some of the nuances of the geography of the results.
Intrigued by the red/blue US maps prevalent in the news media this time of year? Transfixed by the real-time, digital maps of the evolving results on election night? Or merely want to learn how to make a basic map in … Continue reading →
Eight E&ES 344 Advanced GIS students presented posters at the Northeast Arc Users Group Spring Spatial Technologies Conference, May 9, University of Massachusetts Amherst. The posters highlighted the students’ semester-long research and service-learning projects incorporating applications of advanced geographic information … Continue reading →
2016 CGA Conference: Space, Place, and Geographic Thinking in the Humanities Center for Geographic Analysis (CGA), Harvard University, April 28-29, 2016 Conference Website
Do you plan to integrate geographic information system (GIS), mapping, or other spatial analyses into an upcoming course or project? Perhaps a GIS Assistant can help. GIS Working Group Meeting GIS Assistants: What can they do for you? Wednesday, April … Continue reading →
Skills for the Digital Earth MOOC – through Elmhurst College – 3 through 30 April 2016: http://www.elmhurst.edu/admission/school_for_professional_studies/239271581.html Ever stop to think about how important location is when using your smart phone? This educational MOOC begins with an explanation of how … Continue reading →
Go to http://services.historicengland.org.uk/rrstonehenge/ for an interactive, virtual Stonehenge experience.