A focus on change over space and time using web GIS tools and spatial data

Hosted by Joseph Kerski

The examples will use a combination of choropleth maps, satellite imagery, and 3D scenes, all possible from the ArcGIS platform that students and instructors have access to. The session will also include how to create maps, multimedia story maps, and infographics including dashboards.

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Joseph Kerski is a geographer with a focus on the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in education. Joseph gave a TED Talk on ‘The Whys of Where’. He holds 3 degrees in geography and has served as geographer in 4 sectors of society, including government (21 years at NOAA, US Census Bureau, USGS), academia (Penn State, Sinte Gleska University, University of Denver, others), private industry (as Education Manager for Esri for 14 years), and non-profit organisations (as President of the National Council for Geographic Education, and others). Joseph authored over 75 chapters and articles on GIS, education, and related topics, and visits 30 universities annually. He conducts professional development for educators, writes curricular resources, and speaks in international venues.

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Date & time:

Thu, 1st October 2020, 16:00

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One hour

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Online

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Free

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