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This semester, I integrated OpenStreetMap into my GIS II class by requiring students to research an area on OSM that lacked detail and update the map. OSM is a great real-world demonstration of some of the GIS principles we’re discussing … Continue reading
GIS for Dummies has been released. Aren’t there already too many people abusing GIS? Doesn’t the advanced nature of GIS preclude a “Dummies” book? I can understand Google Earth for Dummies, as that software is geared more towards general use, … Continue reading