New tools for spatial thinking, and for analyzing and visualizing spatial data, are indispensible for 21st century professionals.  On November 10, TLC will host a presentation by Diana Stuart Sinton, Director of Spatial Curriculum and Research at the University of Redlands, on “New Ways to Map a Changing World.”  Diana headed a national initiative to integrate GIS and spatial thinking across the curriculum for 100 liberal arts colleges, and is an outstanding teacher/presenter on both Geographic Information Systems and lower threshold web-mapping tools such as Google Earth. Diana will do a strategy session for faculty interested in incorporating mapping and data visualization into their teaching, a public presentation on the latest trends in mapping, and a hands-on workshop using Google Earth.


3 Comments so far

  1. Rob Horgan on October 9, 2008 10:55 am

    This sounds like a fascinating workshop. I’d really like to attend, but I may be away on a recruiting trip. Would anyone be kind enough to record Diana’s presentation?

  2. Caroline Mansi on October 10, 2008 11:46 am

    Can you tell me what time this will be held?

  3. Amy McGill on October 10, 2008 11:52 am

    Here is the tentative schedule for November 10:

    11-12 – Integrating GIS and Web Mapping Tools Across the Curriculum: A Strategy Discussion

    12:30-1:45 – Lecture/demonstration: New Ways to Map a Changing World (Irvine)

    2-4:30 – Hands-on workshop on Web Mapping Tools

    (We’ll announce locations for all sessions well before the event.)

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