[Geo4All] Invitation to Webinar on "Get to know the YouthMappers"
Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Fri Jan 19 12:38:08 PST 2018
Thank you for your excellent presentation today. The work YouthMappers are doing is directly in line with our mission for providing geospatial education opportunities for all , so we will be very happy to further join ideas and expand synergies. I know that many of GeoforAll colleagues in various universities are already supporting YouthMappers chapters etc, so it important that we keep expanding our collaborations for open geo. We already have strong synergies with open communities (open data, open education, open science ) and also work closely with OSM community, so this is great to further expand our collaborations in geoeducation for the future. We look forward to work with you.
From: GeoForAll <geoforall-bounces at lists.osgeo.org> on behalf of Moreno-sanchez, Rafael <Rafael.Moreno at ucdenver.edu>
Sent: 12 January 2018 00:34
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Subject: [Geo4All] Geo4All Webinar Fri Jan 19 12:00 PM Central Mountain Time (7:00 PM GMT)
Happy New Year!
We are starting the year with the following great webinar.
As usual, we will record in post in the Geo4All YouTube Channel
Get to know the YouthMappers
Dr. Patricia Solis
Texas Tech University
Friday January 19th
12:00 PM Central Mountain Time (7:00 PM GMT)
Join URL: https://ucdenver.zoom.us/j/550112761
Capitalizing on web-based open geospatial technologies, YouthMappers seeks to cultivate a generation of young leaders to create resilient communities and to define their world by mapping it. Uniting a global network of student-led chapters, now on 100 university campuses in 30 countries, we promote the creation and use of open data on open platforms in ways that directly address development challenges, both in the local community and around the world through remote collaborations. Mapping applications focus on a range of significant issues like food insecurity, public health, natural disasters, and peaceful development. The program supports university efforts to offer meaningful global learning experiences, build a socially engaged citizenry, enhance long-term scientific capacity around the world, and foster university student leadership. The program is supported by a grant from the United States Agency for International Development’s GeoCenter and co-founded by Texas Tech University, George Washington University and West Virginia University. www.youthmappers.org<http://www.youthmappers.org>
Rafael Moreno, Ph.D.
Department of Geography and Environmental Sciences
University of Colorado Denver
Office: North Classroom 3524, Auraria Campus
Campus Box 172
1200 Larimer Street NC 3524
Denver, CO 80204
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