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What’s New in University GIS Education

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Tuesday, April 16th 2013


Three university programs have made announcements about the future of GIS education. Two schools are working closely with GIS software vendors while a third is implementing a self-study lab complete with badges to show achievement. Are these positive trends? Will they be repeated at other schools?

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The Esri International User Conference will be held July 8-12 in San Diego, California. Attend the conference to learn about the latest innovations in the ArcGIS platform, mobile applications, cloud computing, and 3D technology. Visit esri.com/uc esri.com/uc for more information and to register.

Join us at Location Intelligence 2013 either in person in DC or via live streaming. Details at Location Intelligence.net.

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VoiceThread - Conversations in the cloud
Online Associate, Bachelor & Masters Degrees offered by American Sentinel
Technology Partners - UNIGIS International Association - Educating GIS Professionals Worldwide
UNIGIS International Association - Educating GIS Professionals Worldwide
UNIGIS Equips Universities with Intergraph® Geospatial Software - Directions Magazine
American Sentinel University Details New Innovative Education Strategy at Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting - Directions Magazine
Claremont Graduate University announces new partnership with Esri - Directions Magazine


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