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Diana Sinton Enhances Teaching and Learning Practices with Digital Mapping Approaches - Georgetown Commons

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"On Monday, November 7, Professor Diana Sinton, the Director of Spatial Curriculum and Research at the University of Redlands, came to Georgetown University to speak about the way in which scholars and students in higher education can integrate mapping tools and GIS software within their research and class projects. Sinton described four approaches to designing mapping projects in higher education..."

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