Tag: GIS

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By David Levine on Nov 3rd, 2014
Last week, I co-led a seminar on Spatiality and Digital Mapping. We focused on the conceptual side of digital mapping, going through concepts, theory...
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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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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 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 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 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 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 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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