[OSGeo-Edu] Restarting our conversations on developing one or
more OS Geo webinars targeting local governments
neteler at osgeo.org
Sun Mar 7 08:41:33 EST 2010
please post the URLs as well, for example, I could not find a trace of
OSGeo on http://www.iwr.usace.army.mil ... (nor find it with Google).
So, in general: if outreach, it should be (easily) accessible :)
On Sun, Mar 7, 2010 at 2:05 PM, Charlie Schweik
<cschweik at pubpol.umass.edu> wrote:
> Hi OSGeo edu members,
> I'm sorry for another break in our conversations. I had four great responses
> to this earlier Webinar discussion, who signaled some interest in doing
> something like this for, perhaps, the NY State GIS group. In no particular
> order, I list who responded and what they said they have been involved in in
> the past).
> 1) Joel D. Schlagel, U.S. Army Engineer Institute for Water Resources;
> http://www.iwr.usace.army.mil -- "Practical/operation use of OSGEO in large
> projects in federal govt"
> 2) Karsten Vennemann, Education contact CUGOS (Cascadia chapter OSGEO)
> www.cugos.org; Principal, Terra GIS LTD, Seattle, USA. www.terragis.net
> "Interoperable Web GIS Solutions with Free and Open Source Geospatial
> software" (webinar, 2008)
> "Introduction to Open Source GIS - A Practical Approach" (in person
> 3) Dan Ames, Idaho State University, USA. - Mapwindow
> 4) Kumaran.Narayanaswamy
> "GIS Tools and Solutions - An Awareness seminar"
> Created jointly by NRCFOSS, kCube and Institue of Remote Sensing, Anna
> I think we should pursue this direction as a form of educational outreach.
> DO OTHERS IN THIS GROUP AGREE? Please send ME, not the group a vote:
> e.g., +1, -1
> Charlie Schweik
> OSGeo Edu chair
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