[OSGeo-Discuss] New Maps Plus online graduate classes in open source web mapping – apply by March 27
Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Sat Feb 27 04:54:39 PST 2016
Thanks for sharing this excellent updates. We are pleased to see University of Kentucky's new online graduate classes in open source web mapping and we will share this info through our networks and encourage participation from all interested.
Nikos - please add this course info to the next newsletter http://www.geoforall.org/newsletters/ Thanks.
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Are you interested in web mapping? Check out the online graduate program in Digital Mapping at the University of Kentucky - we can help take your GIS career to the next level. While there are a full range of courses, we recommend experienced GIS professionals begin with MAP 672 – Programming for Web Mapping<http://newmapsplus.uky.edu/map672-programming-web-mapping-syllabus>.
All of these courses are offered completely online and are part of the New Maps Plus graduate certificate (11 credits) and lay the groundwork for the Master’s of Science (30 credits) in digital mapping at the University of Kentucky. More details are available at the program’s webpage<http://newmapsplus.uky.edu/> or Facebook page<https://www.facebook.com/NewMapsPlus>.
Designed with all levels of experience in mind, the New Maps Plus program at the University of Kentucky offers an unparalleled online learning experience. Applications<http://newmapsplus.uky.edu/apply> for the session beginning April 10th are due March 27, 2016. Please contact us with any questions or suggestions.
Matthew Zook, Ph.D.
Professor and Director of GIS Initiatives
Department of Geography, University of Kentucky
Patterson Office Tower, Room 817
Lexington, KY 40506
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