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Sunday, November 8 • 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Integrating Open Street Map with ArcGIS Online in the Classroom

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Noah Ahles and Steve Bower

OpenStreetMap (OSM), often referred to as the ‘Wikipedia of maps’, is an open source map of the world that anyone can contribute to or download from. The OSM platform makes it easy for educators to incorporate spatially oriented projects into the classroom, expose students to new technologies and help them build valuable skills. Projects can range from digitizing the essential infrastructure of one’s hometown to participating in creating a basemap of Nepal’s buildings and road networks to guide humanitarian relief workers in the aftermath of the recent earthquake. This presentation will cover potential projects that can be incorporated into the curriculum and case studies of how OSM has already been used in a classroom setting. Get ready to learn how to use OSM.


Sunday November 8, 2015 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Green Mountain B

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