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Podcast: Is Higher Ed Serving Today’s GIS Job Market?

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Tuesday, August 14th 2012


As we head into the "back to school" season, our editors look at the state of higher education offerings in the context of today's student and employer demands. What are a student's options? How are institutions responding? Is a traditional four year degree necessary or worth waiting and paying for when technology changes so quickly?
 
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The end of the ‘ARC/INFO driving licence’ era « Po Ve Sham – Muki Haklay’s personal blog
Harkin Report Condemns For-Profit Colleges - NYTimes.com
Budget Blues: Corbett Announces More Funding Cuts for State Universities - Onward State
Geospatial and GIS Jobs - Directions Magazine
Registration for Technology Courses Open
Wisconsin State Cartographer's office
GIS Jobs Clearinghouse Map
Webinar: Geospatial Educators’ Roundtable - What You Need to Know Before Furthering Your Education
Unmanned Vehicle University
Accreditation - USGIF
Ignite Education: Kingston University Closes First Bachelors GIS Program
Ignite Education: Blackboard Goes Mobile ... with Many Questions
Geodesign | @Penn State
Birth of a GeoDesign Curriculum at NAU | GeoDesign in the Curriculum


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