- Course 1: The OSM Ecosystem
- Course 2: Mapping with iD Editor
- Course 3: Imagery Interpretation
- Course 4: The OpenStreetMap Data Model
- Course 5: The Tasking Manager
- Course 6: Chapter Management
On and Off Campus
MUST: The ethics of investing in new infrastructure in the United States - "Dr. Shane Epting, an assistant professor of philosophy at Missouri University of Science and Technology, says there are important ethical questions for the nation to consider before diving into such a major and widespread investment in the transportation network, drinking water systems, renewable energy and other infrastructure projects."
KNOE: West Monroe is locating unmarked graves at Hasley Cemetery - "A University of Southern Mississippi geography professor and five students are helping the City of West Monroe locate unmarked graves at Hasley Cemetery."
NC State: Study Offers Insights for Mapping ‘Coastal Squeeze’ Impacts to Historical, Natural Sites - "Researchers from North Carolina State University mapped how important environmental, cultural and historical sites like the marshes could be impacted by the double 'coastal squeeze' of sea-level rise and urban development on Johns Island, a low-lying island near Charleston."
Resources for Teaching and LearningNational Review: Rebekah Jones, the COVID Whistleblower Who Wasn't - "The former dashboard manager alleges a vast data conspiracy in Florida; not a word of it is true."
Troy: First GIS graduate reflects on TROY experience - The graduate, Yitong Wu, who finished in 2020 came from China. "Wu chose TROY out of 121 other international universities that offered similar studies in GIS."
Hays Daily News: FHSU Online a rewarding experience for graduate - Cody Erwin, who lives in Wichita, will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in geosciences with an emphasis in geography during Fort Hays State University’s first on-campus commencement ceremonies since May 2019. He's starting a Masters at Kent State and has a job with the City of Haysville, a suburb of Wichita.
Syracuse: On the Eve of Retirement, Mark Monmonier Receives Lifetime Achievement Award - "As he wraps up a nearly 50-year career with the Maxwell School, Mark Monmonier, Distinguished Professor of Geography and the Environment, has received the Chancellor’s Citation for Excellence Lifetime Achievement Award."
FIU: Professor receives prestigious IBM Global Academic Award - "Naphtali Rishe, professor at the Knight Foundation School of Computing and Information Sciences, is the recipient of the 2021 IBM Global University Program Academic Award. The award is a recognition of Rishe's ongoing research in Geospatial Data Analytics for Ecological Observations."