[OSGeo-Discuss] Invitation to "Open Geospatial Science & Applications" webinar on Tangible Landscape on August 31 at 6 PM GMT
Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Fri Aug 26 02:31:22 PDT 2016
You are invited to join the next "Open Geospatial Science & Applications" webinar series on August 31, 2016 (Wednesday) at 6 PM (GMT).The webinars are open and free to all on first come register basis.
This webinar is organised jointly with ASPRS (American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing) and UCGIS (University Consortium for Geographic Information Science). GeoforAll lab at the North Carolina State University USA will be presenting their latest research in this theme .
Tangible Landscape: open source environment for geospatial learning, science, and community engagement
Details at https://geospatial.ncsu.edu/osgeorel/tangible-landscape.html
Looking forward to your participation.
From: Moreno-sanchez, Rafael <Rafael.Moreno at ucdenver.edu>
Sent: 24 August 2016 2:10 AM
Subject: Webinar Tangible Landscape August 31 at 6 PM GMT
Our first webinar
Tangible Landscape is
August 31 6 PM GMT
Check out this 1 min video preview:
You can find webinar abstract here:
Register for the webinar here:
This is a join event with:
ASPRS (American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing) and
UCGIS (University Consortium for Geographic Information Science)
If you can't attend live presentation, recording will be posted in the geoforall network YouTube channel
Looking forward to have you in the webinar.
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