[OSGeo-UK] e-Learning for the Open Geospatial Community
Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Wed Jul 20 07:28:17 EDT 2011
We are pleased to inform that the course repository for the ELOGeo (An e-Learning Framework for Using Geospatial Open Data, Open Source and Open Standards) project is ready at http://elogeo.nottingham.ac.uk/xmlui
ELOGeo is a JISC-funded project based at the Centre for Geospatial Science, the University of Nottingham in partnership with the Mimas Centre of Excellence at the University of Manchester. ELOGeo main collaborators are Open Source Geospatial Foundation, Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC), Ordnance Survey, Open Nottingham, International Cartographic Association (ICA) and gvSIG Association.
More details of ELOGeo at http://elogeo.nottingham.ac.uk/index.html
Over the next few months we will be adding many course materials and other resources to the repository for the benefit of the wider community. The learning material preparation guidelines are available at the ELOGeo site.
The ICA Commission on Open Source Geospatial Technologies strongly supports ELOGeo initiative as part of its education and training agenda and we welcome contributions from all interested for this. We look forward for your support and active participation for this initiative.
Dr Suchith Anand
Centre for Geospatial Science
The Nottingham Geospatial Building
University of Nottingham NG7 2 TU
Tel: (0)115 82 32750
Mission - Building up Open Source, Open Standards, Open Data research for bridging the digital divide
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