[OSGeo-Discuss] Third issue of G4A Newsletter

Suchith Anand Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Sat Oct 3 10:57:58 PDT 2015

Thank you Nikos  and all editors for your excellent efforts to make this possible and help share the global developments.

Congrats to our colleagues at the  University of Southampton's Open Source Geospatial Lab who are the  “Geo4All” lab of the month. In less than two years after establishment, the Open Source Geospatial Lab at University of Southampton (United Kingdom)   http://www.osgl.soton.ac.uk/  has developed as a hub for fostering interactions and cross disciplinary collaborations not only between Southampton students and faculty, but is also the hub of the global Geo4All initiative.

The University of Southampton has developed and hosted our Geo4All website for free, which has been the key platform for expanding and building closer collaborations with universities and industries worldwide. On behalf of the Geo4All community, we thank Jason Sadler and all colleagues at the University of Southampton for their help and for their contributions to the Geo4All initiative, and we look forward to working and building more collaborations with all interested on this education mission.

Best wishes,


From: labrinos at eled.auth.gr [labrinos at eled.auth.gr]
Sent: Saturday, October 03, 2015 5:46 PM
To: 'Suchith Anand'; ica-osgeo-labs at lists.osgeo.org
Subject: Third issue of G4A Newsletter

Dear all,

The third edition of our newsletter is now available to download at
On behalf of the editorial board I wish you a pleasant reading.

Best wishes
Nikos Lambrinos

Dr. Nikos Lambrinos
Associate Professor
Dept. of Primary Education
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki
Greece, GR-54124
Tel. +30 2310 991201
Email: labrinos at eled.auth.gr
Web pages: http://labrinos.webpages.auth.gr/digital_geography/

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