Tag: GIS

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By Elysian McNiff on Oct 30th, 2011
If anyone is in the Providence, RI area on Friday, November 4th, please feel free to check out an engaging presentation on Digital Geohumanities at...
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By Bethany Nowviskie on Apr 14th, 2011
Over the past two years, with generous support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Scholars’ Lab at the University of Virginia...
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By Bryan Preston on Nov 12th, 2010
Hi there. I'm a freshly minted graduate student in geography embarking on a some GIS research into the communal and private edible gardens of Muncie...
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By Matthew Wilson on Nov 4th, 2010
Last Friday, I had the pleasure of presenting my most recently completed research project, Coding Community, at the second theme, "Truth and Lies in...
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By Matthew Wood on Apr 6th, 2010
As I continue my training as a librarian, I'm sometimes amazed by the sheer magic that some resources represent. Social Explorer, a simple GIS and...
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By Carolyn Vieira-Martinez on Jan 25th, 2010
Brief Description: A Geographic Information System (GIS) creates an inter-continental collaboration among college and secondary students,...
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By moacir on Jun 1st, 2009
For my presentation on GIS for Humanities Computing, I considered some of the geospatial / geographic work I've come across in literary analysis as...
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By Matthew Wilson on Apr 13th, 2009
In my dissertation research, I am interested in the mappings of Seattle neighborhoods, conducted by local residents, facilitated by a Seattle...
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By Brett Walters on Mar 11th, 2007
The GIS and mapping panel provided a small overview of spatial technologies. The panelists hoped for a visually-defined landscape of the web,...
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