“Working with Maps, Spatial Data and Photogrammetry” will be held in the Freedman Center at Kelvin Smith Library on Tuesday, Feb. 11, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. A pizza lunch will be provided.
This event will introduce the audience to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and geospatial data to spark ideas on where to find and how to use maps and their data in a variety of research and instruction pathways. The session will include a discussion on the research and classroom applications of Photogrammetry, which is the process of turning images into 3D models.
This workshop is designed for people with no prior experience and is meant to be an interactive learning environment.
This collaborative initiative between UCITE and the Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship offers faculty members the opportunity to learn about digital scholarship and techniques on how to include that knowledge into their teaching.