Wednesday, January 2nd 2013
As we move into 2013, Directions Magazine will deliver many more options for readers who want choices in how they get their news. See what's coming!
Thursday, December 27th 2012
Executive Editor Adena Schtuzberg picked out some the top articles from the last three months. If you missed them the first time around - here's an opportunity to catch up!
Wednesday, December 19th 2012
Executive Editor Adena Schtuzberg picked out the top podcasts from the last three months. If you missed them the first time around - here's an opportunity to catch up!
Tuesday, December 18th 2012
Directions Magazine’s Editor in Chief Joe Francica and Executive Editor Adena Schutzberg evaluate their predictions for 2012 and look ahead. Can they keep up the pace for 2013 and do their bold predictions offer insights into the trends that will shape the geospatial marketplace next year?
Monday, December 17th 2012
Each year Executive Editor Adena Schutzberg picks out 10 events, ideas, themes, products, etc. that stood out over the preceding 12 months.
Wednesday, December 12th 2012
Monday, December 10th 2012
This is an interview with Julie Sweetkind-Singer, the assistant director of Geospatial, Cartographic and Scientific Data and Services and the head of the Branner Earth Sciences Library and Map Collections at Stanford University. She discusses the challenges of long-term geospatial data storage.
Wednesday, December 5th 2012
A research team at the University of Wisconsin explored a key education research question: Which Web mapping technology should students learn? Executive Editor Adena Schutzberg shares the results and explains why they may suggest a process for those outside of academia to find the “optimal” Web toolkit.
Wednesday, November 7th 2012
"GIS and geospatial knowledge are critical for the interconnected 21st century world," says Rich Quodomine of the New York Department of Transportation, and a member of the Association of American Geographers. So who will compete for the jobs and who will best serve employers looking for the best workers? Quodomine attended the International Geographic Congress 2012 in Cologne, Germany and came away believing that GIS expertise is no longer confined to the U.S. Europe has recognized the value of GIS. Will European workers compete for jobs that were once the sole purview of U.S. geographers?
Monday, November 5th 2012
Ashley Liddiard currently works at the USGS as an administrative operations assistant. She's a recent graduate of Regis University with a B.A. in Politics and a B.A. in Music and is pursuing a bookkeeping clerk certificate at Red Rocks Community College. In this article she explains how she got her position at USGS and what's ahead.