How to use spatial information in any teaching – simple but powerful tools!
The days of clunky, geographical information systems are fast disappearing. Dr Joseph Kerski (Education Manager, ESRI) will demonstrate that there are new tools available that allow us to bring spatial and geographical information into any teaching – whether it is social geography, economics, history. or any area. This will be a hands-on session in the computer lab, but you need no special skills to take part.
Who: Dr Joseph Kerski
Where: Computer lab B1.15, School of Geography, 221 Bouverie Street, University of Melbourne, Carlton. (follow the signs into the basement of the building, and all the way to the western end)
When: Wednesday 30th August, 10:30 -11:45 am
Joseph will also be giving a public seminar, Five Converging Trends: Catapulting Geography onto the World Stage?, at 12:00 pm.