Just after midterm, an important GIS lesson was again aborted by the software company’s failure to support its older products still in use. At that time, the class discussed alternate project lessons that could provide a laboratory and application for all necessary skills while creating a product useful beyond the limits of this particular course section or semester.
With this, the first three-dimensional model of the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley campus was born.
Stand-Alone GeographerAdventures of being the only geographer on a college campus.
Promoting UWFox Geography, Fall 2011: Growing interest in the discipline and, hence, our little departmentBy raising the (quite low) awareness of what geography is as a discipline, it raises the potential for interest from students. By growing interest with potential students, we've got a better chance at increasing the enrollment, therefore awareness is important in this job. Read more
0plan and promote a GIS Day event, which ended up being pretty damn successful. In fact, it was looking back during that promotional process -- of an event that itself was promotional in nature -- that made me realize that I've done A LOTof that since I've been at UWFox... enough to justify a new blog entry highlighting my latest work as a PR officer. It's just one of the many hats of a stand-alone geographer, the experience for which I've now started a separate blog category to explore. Read more
0the worksheet I created to encourage engagement with the presenters. Not bad!