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Sunday, November 8 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Mapping Field Sketches - ArcGIS Online Maps

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Bob Woolner and students; Hopkinton Middle High School

Sketching, GPS-ing, observing and mapping come together in a middle-school student-led workshop, an opportunity to learn from the best. 7th grade students from Hopkinton Middle High School in Contoocook, NH spend 3 days (and 2 nights) hiking, exploring, sketching and learning at the Cardigan State Park, in Alexandria, NH. These students will share how they s-l-o-w down, and notice details that would ordinarily be skipped over, how they gather location data to supplement their journal entries, and ultimately how they map and present their observations. Students will provide mini-sketchbooks to you, help you sketch details, write observations and gather latitude and longitude data. Sketches will be scanned, geo-referenced, and mapped, using ArcGIS online mapping software (free to k-12 educators). YOU will learn from the best- the students themselves.

Speakers

Sunday November 8, 2015 11:00am - 12:00pm
Montpelier

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