[Geo4All] call for tutors for the UN Open GIS Initiative - QGIS
Maria Antonia Brovelli
maria.brovelli at polimi.it
Wed Sep 27 05:08:30 PDT 2017
in the frame of UN Open GIS Initiative we want to propose some online self- paced courses about QGIS. The most of the staff of the Geospatial Unit supporting the Operational Field took already the basic GeoAcademy QGIS course and we want now to go ahead with the advanced ones:
- GST 102 – Spatial Analysis
- GST 103 – Data Acquisition and Management
- GST 104 – Cartographic Design
- GST 105 – Introduction to Remote Sensing
Tomas Mueller offered himself as leader of the team of tutors. This is the call for tutors.
Main commitments of the tutors is that of helping the "students" answering their questions and doubts, partecipating in the forum of the class, helping Tom in preparing the text of the final exam and in checking the exams of the students. Every session of the course has around 20 students and generally a session lasts for one month (we will verify in this case if it is better to give a bit more time, for instance one month and a half).
Obviously if you propose yourself has tutor, you must be an expert in QGIS, but I know that there are some many educators in this list who use QGIS in their courses.
In order to avoid spamming everybody, please answer me privately.
Best regards and many thanks to everybody!
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Prof. Maria Antonia Brovelli
Professor of GIS and Remote Sensing
Politecnico di Milano
ISPRS WG IV/4 "Collaborative crowdsourced cloud mapping (C3M)" http://www2.isprs.org/commissions/comm4/wg4.html, Board of Directors of OSGeo; GeoForAll Advisory Board; NASA WorldWind Europa Challenge; SIFET Advisory Board
UN-GGIM Academic Network Deputy Chair, UN-GGIM Italy, UN OpenGIS Initiative (Chair of the Capacity Building WG)
Sol Katz Award 2015
P.zza Leonardo da Vinci, 32 - Building 3 - 20133 Milano (Italy)
Tel. +39-02-23996242 - Mob. +39-328-0023867, <mailto:maria.brovelli at polimi.it> maria.brovelli at polimi.it
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