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  1. Seminar: Developing Digital Methods to Map Museum ‘Soft Power’

    In this seminar, Natalia Grincheva asks: What is museum ‘soft power’? Why do museums in the 21st century transform from sites of branded experience to places …

    spatial.unimelb.edu.au/2017/09/12/seminar-developing-digital-methods-to-map-museum-soft-power

  2. Seminar: Why Teaching with GIS Matters

    As issues of climate change, economic globalisation, urban sprawl, biodiversity loss, sustainable agriculture, water quality and quantity, crime, energy, tourism, political instability, and natural hazards grow …

    spatial.unimelb.edu.au/2017/08/30/seminar-why-teaching-with-gis-matters

  3. How to teach spatial information in new ways?

    This informal meeting with Dr Joseph Kerski (Education Manager, ESRI) is for experienced GIS educators and tutors. He will share his vast experience in new tools available …

    spatial.unimelb.edu.au/2017/08/29/how-to-teach-spatial-information-in-new-ways

  4. 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 …

    spatial.unimelb.edu.au/2017/08/29/how-to-use-spatial-information-in-any-teaching-simple-but-powerful-tools

  5. Gaming for Research

    On Open Day at the University of Melbourne, 20 August 2017,  spatial information researchers had set up a location-based game for all visitors. This game, a …

    spatial.unimelb.edu.au/2017/08/28/gaming-for-research

  6. Seminar: Qualitative Shape Descriptions Using Qualitative Spatial Calculi

    A/Prof Reinhard Moratz, from The University of Maine, will be visiting The University of Melbourne on Monday, August 28th and will be giving a seminar: Title: …

    spatial.unimelb.edu.au/2017/08/16/seminar-qualitative-shape-descriptions-using-qualitative-spatial-calculi

  7. Open Data Workshop – Melbourne Networked Society Institute

    ‘Open data’ involves the publication of anonymised datasets on freely accessible online platforms for use by businesses, entrepreneurs, journalists, researchers and everyday citizens. Open data policies …

    spatial.unimelb.edu.au/2017/08/16/open-data-workshop-melbourne-networked-society-institute

  8. Seminar: Five Converging Trends:  Catapulting Geography onto the World Stage?

    Dr Joseph Kerski, from ESRI, will be visiting The University of Melbourne on Wednesday, August 30th and will be giving a public seminar at 12 pm, …

    spatial.unimelb.edu.au/2017/08/10/seminar-five-converging-trends-catapulting-geography-onto-the-world-stage

  9. High School Students discover a Passion for Spatial Science

    Spatial@Melbourne had a great interdisciplinary exposure at the Year 10 Work Experience Week organized by the Faculty of Science 26 to 30 June 2017. 16 high …

    spatial.unimelb.edu.au/2017/07/11/high-school-students-discover-a-passion-for-spatial-science

  10. Ridesharing Goes Social!

    A collaboration between the Department of Infrastructure Engineering and the School of Computing and Information Systems has been featured in PURSUIT. The article focuses on how combining commuting behaviours with …

    spatial.unimelb.edu.au/2017/06/07/ridesharing-goes-social

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