Friday, October 02, 2009

Geospatial Conference a Success

Last week was the NITLE Geospatial Technologies in the Liberal Arts conference at Skidmore College. I mentioned the conference agenda here. Please read about the details of how the conference came out here at the NITLE blog and written by Sean Connin. Talks on open source GIS options, web mapping, virtual globes in teaching, mobile technologies, geospatial literacy, birds of a feather, mingling with other geospatial technologists, plus a keynote by Adena Schutzberg, Executive Editor of Directions Magazine. I wish I could have been there. Well done, folks!

Added Oct 5, from All Points Blog, Directions Magazine conference by Adena, with the great line at the end: "many even understand how (GPS) works. But, no one really knows what : A recap of the NITLE GeospatialGIS is." Too true.

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