[OSGeo-Discuss] Geo4All Webinars page updated with links; Subscribe to YouTube channel

Suchith Anand Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Fri Apr 1 01:53:14 PDT 2016

Hi Rafael,

Thank you for leading the webinars for Geo4All community and making it available for all. This will develop as an excellent resource to share new ideas and build new collaborations for the community.

All - i request everyone who is interested to contribute to the webinar series to contact Rafael [email - Rafael.Moreno at ucdenver.edu ]. Please also add the next webinar date to your calendar. This is an excellent opportunity to learn from our excellent colleagues at Politecnico di Milano and the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team about Humanitarian Mapathons for children and how everyone can contribute their ideas to support the United Nations Open Geospatial Initiative. Our labs have been contributing to Humanitarian Mapathons to also  teach our students  the real essence of education and humanity and “sharing knowledge and expertise” to help each other in times of need [1]

Best wishes,


[1] http://opensourcegeospatial.icaci.org/2015/04/mapping-response-contributions-for-nepal/
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Subject: [Ica-osgeo-labs] Geo4All Webminars page updated with links; Subscribe to YouTube channel

Hi everyone,
Thank you to all of you that were able to join us for our last speaker Ian Hanou on Tue March 29.

The Geo4All Webminars page has been updated with links to video recording and slides from our last speaker check them out:

Also, we have now a YouTube channel where we will be posting the webminar recordings and other related videos. Subscribe to it (click on red button on right hand side). Check it out:
YouTube Channel

Shortly we will be posting in the Geo4All webminars page upcoming webminars such as:

01:00 pm GMT Thursday May 5

Humanitarian Mapathons for children

Maria Antonia Brovelli1, Marco Minghini1, Tyler Radford2, Aldo Torrebruno1

1 Politecnico di Milano

2 Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT)

This webinar will provide an introduction on humanitarian mapathons for children, which represent a remarkable educational experience as they combine geography and awareness about our world, technology and humanitarian aspects. Following the successful experiences of Politecnico di Milano (Italy), the most important educational and technical aspects of humanitarian mapathons with children will be outlined. The purpose is to provide the GeoForAll community, and specially the teachers involved (at all levels), with some practical instructions on how to set up and run their own mapathons. The webinar is organized in collaboration with the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) under the umbrella of the UNOGeo initiative GeoForAll and OSGeo are partners of.

Rafael Moreno, Ph.D.
Department of Geography and Environmental Sciences
University of Colorado Denver
Office: North Classroom 3524, Auraria Campus
Campus Box 172
1200 Larimer Street NC 3524
Denver, CO 80204
Phone: 303-352-3762
Fax 303-556-6197
Website: https://clas.ucdenver.edu/directory/faculty-staff/Rafael-Moreno

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