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Al Idrisi: Map of Silver, Cartographer, Geographer

Explore the incredible map of silver, and the amazing life and work of Al-Idrisi (c. 1099-1166 CE) as narrated by geographer Joseph Kerski. Be inspired and amazed at the meticulous […]

10 MIN2 w ago
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Al Idrisi: Map of Silver, Cartographer, Geographer

Air Travel: Compressing Distance, Altering Geography

Air travel has perhaps altered our planet more than any other single thing–compressing distance, enabling global tourism, sports, and travel, enabling supply chains, and much more. With geographer Joseph Kerski, […]

11 MINSEP 1
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Air Travel: Compressing Distance, Altering Geography

The World Has No Problems – Not – Hence GIS

Everything is great in our world, right? Not! Our world faces significant challenges, from water quality and quantity, to weather and climate, natural hazards, energy, human health, economic inequalities, urban […]

2 MINAUG 1
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The World Has No Problems – Not – Hence GIS

Why Get Excited About Web Maps

Why are maps generated with modern geotechnologies different from maps of the past? Join Geographer Joseph Kerski as we examine the paradigm shift that web mapping tools and data have […]

3 MINJUL 1
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Why Get Excited About Web Maps

Why GIS in Education Matters

Why does Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in education bring value to teaching, learning, research, and administration? Join Geographer Joseph Kerski as we explore some of the reasons why educators from […]

9 MINJUN 1
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Why GIS in Education Matters

The Importance of Outdoor Education

Why is outdoor education so neglected and yet so important in 21st Century teaching and learning? Outdoor education fosters community connection, teamwork, environmental sensitivity, sense of place, and problem-based learning. […]

3 MINAPR 25
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The Importance of Outdoor Education

Make Every Day GIS Day

The 2018 GIS (geographic information systems) Day is Wednesday 14 November 2018. GIS Day has been celebrated every year since 1999 as a way for organizations to showcase the things […]

3 MIN2018 OCT 16
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Make Every Day GIS Day

Good maps, bad maps, and why it matters

I appeared in a podcast on Good Maps, Bad Maps, and why Data Quality Matters: http://c749edefbd122ef5310d-c86cd8fe09f1febb4221e5cb8a53aee3.r47.cf1.rackcdn.com/GoldenBeerTalk-058-09-11-2018.mp3 –Joseph Kerski

-1 s2018 SEP 24
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Good maps, bad maps, and why it matters

The world of GIS and how you can be a part of it: Audio Presentation

This presentation, 45 minutes in length, focuses on why Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is relevant and important to society, 5 trends in GIS, and how you can be a part […]

-1 s2017 APR 27
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The world of GIS and how you can be a part of it: Audio Presentation
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Latest Episodes

Al Idrisi: Map of Silver, Cartographer, Geographer

Explore the incredible map of silver, and the amazing life and work of Al-Idrisi (c. 1099-1166 CE) as narrated by geographer Joseph Kerski. Be inspired and amazed at the meticulous […]

10 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Al Idrisi: Map of Silver, Cartographer, Geographer

Air Travel: Compressing Distance, Altering Geography

Air travel has perhaps altered our planet more than any other single thing–compressing distance, enabling global tourism, sports, and travel, enabling supply chains, and much more. With geographer Joseph Kerski, […]

11 MINSEP 1
Comments
Air Travel: Compressing Distance, Altering Geography

The World Has No Problems – Not – Hence GIS

Everything is great in our world, right? Not! Our world faces significant challenges, from water quality and quantity, to weather and climate, natural hazards, energy, human health, economic inequalities, urban […]

2 MINAUG 1
Comments
The World Has No Problems – Not – Hence GIS

Why Get Excited About Web Maps

Why are maps generated with modern geotechnologies different from maps of the past? Join Geographer Joseph Kerski as we examine the paradigm shift that web mapping tools and data have […]

3 MINJUL 1
Comments
Why Get Excited About Web Maps

Why GIS in Education Matters

Why does Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in education bring value to teaching, learning, research, and administration? Join Geographer Joseph Kerski as we explore some of the reasons why educators from […]

9 MINJUN 1
Comments
Why GIS in Education Matters

The Importance of Outdoor Education

Why is outdoor education so neglected and yet so important in 21st Century teaching and learning? Outdoor education fosters community connection, teamwork, environmental sensitivity, sense of place, and problem-based learning. […]

3 MINAPR 25
Comments
The Importance of Outdoor Education

Make Every Day GIS Day

The 2018 GIS (geographic information systems) Day is Wednesday 14 November 2018. GIS Day has been celebrated every year since 1999 as a way for organizations to showcase the things […]

3 MIN2018 OCT 16
Comments
Make Every Day GIS Day

Good maps, bad maps, and why it matters

I appeared in a podcast on Good Maps, Bad Maps, and why Data Quality Matters: http://c749edefbd122ef5310d-c86cd8fe09f1febb4221e5cb8a53aee3.r47.cf1.rackcdn.com/GoldenBeerTalk-058-09-11-2018.mp3 –Joseph Kerski

-1 s2018 SEP 24
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Good maps, bad maps, and why it matters

The world of GIS and how you can be a part of it: Audio Presentation

This presentation, 45 minutes in length, focuses on why Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is relevant and important to society, 5 trends in GIS, and how you can be a part […]

-1 s2017 APR 27
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The world of GIS and how you can be a part of it: Audio Presentation
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