[OSGeo-Discuss] An e-Learning Framework for using Geospatial Open Data, Open Source and Open Standards

Suchith Anand Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Wed Feb 9 08:31:58 PST 2011

Dear All,

The Centre for Geospatial Science in partnership with Mimas (University of Manchester) is starting  a new JISC-funded project called ELO-Geo (An e-Learning Framework for using Geospatial Open Data, Open Source and Open Standards)

The objective of this project is to enable the wider community (not just GIS experts) to make use of open source geospatial tools for solving real world problems. More details are at http://cgs.nottingham.ac.uk/~elogeo/

We welcome all interested in this initiative to share their ideas about the possible training materials for open geospatial community to be in contact with the project lead (Dr Amir Pourabdullah , E-mail- amir.pourabdollah at nottingham.ac.uk<mailto:amir.pourabdollah at nottingham.ac.uk>  )

Best wishes,

Suchith Anand

Dr Suchith Anand
Centre for Geospatial Science
The Nottingham Geospatial Building
University of Nottingham  NG7 2 TU
Tel: (0)115 82 32750

Mission - Building up Open Source, Open Standards, Open Data research for bridging the digital divide

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