Ahead of the big Show & Tell event in London at the end of November (more on that in a second) we are delighted to share a wonderful set of posts that introduce each of the magnificent JISC Geo projects!
Each project has blogged a summary of their work, the product they have created, the key posts throughout the project, etc. Click on “Read more…” to access the full “product post” from the list below:
The e-learning resource for anyone curious about open geospatial data , tools and standards – Read more…
Make complex map mashups with a minimum of geographic knowledge – Read more…
Taking existing geospatial data making it useful for crime analysis – Read more…
Science learning goes geospatial with GeoSciTeach! – Read more…
A model and a tool, HALO-view, for researchers looking to explore multiple complementary geographically referenced data sets – Read more…
An INSPIREing tool enabling researchers to share their geospatial data over the web – Read more…
A framework for teaching geospatial information concepts to learners outside the discipline of GIS – Read more…
A geospatial smart phone application enabling public engagement in biological survey work via the crowd sourcing of data collection and data validation – Read more…
Allowing students, researchers and the general public to discover the cities of antiquity and explore the rich interconnections between them – Read more…
A stakeholder engagement tool developed to visualise varying spatio-temporal patterns of modeled energy use and efficiency outcomes for the period of 1990-2050 for an area of South Wales – Read more…
Unlocking spatial units in social science survey data – Read more…
A new kind of calendar for academic events in philosophy targeted at researchers and graduate students – Read more…
Show & Tell
Excited about all that Geo goodness? Well you can meet any and indeed ALL of the project teams at the end of programme events in London on Monday 28th November 2011. We encourage students, researchers and teaching staff from all disciplines to attend and sample these fantastic new tools so that we can further their usefulness to everyone in Academia.
For a Draft Agenda for the event please see: http://code.google.com/p/jiscgeo/wiki/ProgrammeMeetingAgenda
To register for this event please use the following link (Day 1 is the ‘Show and Tell’ Day described above): https://www.eventsforce.net/jisc/147/home
Please use or follow the hashtag “#jiscGEO” to discuss this event on your favourite social network.