[OSGeo-Discuss] UN training material

Basques, Bob (CI-StPaul) bob.basques at ci.stpaul.mn.us
Mon Apr 11 13:39:03 PDT 2016

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On Apr 11, 2016, at 2:30 PM, Jody Garnett <jody.garnett at gmail.com<mailto:jody.garnett at gmail.com>> wrote:

Thanks, I have added in a few links. We will need to watch this page as content is added - as new content is being added based on sometimes incomplete earlier examples. Thus far nobody has provided data references for example as requested.

Maria is a point-of-contact needed? In what circumstances would contact be made?

Bob - can I ask you to link to training material for GeoMOOSE? This wiki is gathering up training material for use in an open education context (so something that is free to be re-mixed into an academic course).

I knew someone was going to ask.  The download includes a set of demo data in the install.  The idea was to have a complete working demo after installation.  It’s much easier for the user and/ or trainers to swap in their own data with a working install.  Everything is included in the download.

The GeoMOOSE links from the OSGeo Live page are here:


which are kept up to date.

There is a somewhat outdated Workshop materials download from here:

NOTE: this uses the OSGeoLive V6.5, but is largely still up to date (I just looked through it).

The Workshop Materials will be updated this Month for a Local Workshop being held on GeoMOOSE in May.  This will also hopefully include a new 2.9V of GeoMOOSE as well.

The demo data included has it’s own Licensing.


Jeff - GeoNode has been added as a project - but also lacks education material, and a point of contact?

Jody Garnett

On 11 April 2016 at 08:51, Maria Brovelli <maria.brovelli at polimi.it<mailto:maria.brovelli at polimi.it>> wrote:
Yes, that could be repurposed...

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