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Thursday, October 28, 2021

GIS Ed Weekly: Snopes, PBS and the Big Ten take on geography and GIS

A note from the editor

This will be the last issue of GIS Ed Weekly. You can find the full archive here on my Ignite Education blog.

I wish readers all the best in your geography/GIS education pursuits!

Resources for teaching and learning

WaPo: The geography of the Great Resignation: First-time data shows where Americans are quitting the most - "Kentucky, Idaho, South Dakota and Iowa reported the highest increases in the rates of workers who quit their jobs in August, according to a new glimpse of quit rates in the labor market released Friday."

Thursday, October 21, 2021

GIS Ed Weekly: Godiva settling geographical court case for $20M

On and off campus

TAMU: A new way to map with conservation data - "The Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute, a unit of Texas A&M AgriLife, is seeking to engage land managers, citizens and policymakers in visualizing natural resource conflicts and solutions through a new mapping application called TxMAP."

The GW Hatchet: Geography department unable to access data as officials upgrade file system - "Researchers in the geography department said they’ve been unable to access their research data for more than a month as officials have been working to transition the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences’ online file storage system to an updated platform."