On qualitative GIS in the classroom

On Monday, I delivered a short presentation based on the GIS course that I offered in the spring.  The three-day conference is the Qualitative GIS conference, sponsored by WISERD at Cardiff University.  In particular, I sought to discuss the changing/shifting contexts of the GIScience classroom.

It has been great to catch up with other GIS friends at the small, 20ish-person conference, including Mei-Po Kwan, Marianna Pavlovskaya, Seraphim Alvanides, and Muki Haklay, as well as connect with a fascinating geographer/technologist in New Zealand, Chris McDowall.


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