[HOT] Humanitarian Mapping
paview9 at gmail.com
Sat Apr 26 17:58:08 UTC 2014
Ok, thank you
On Saturday, April 26, 2014, Steven Johnson <sejohnson8 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Tom,
> Don't take lack of a reply as disinterest. I'm sure subscribers to this
> list are happy to hear of your interest in HOT, and that you've
> incorporated MapGive into your curriculum. But discussion on this list is
> typically focused on HOT activations, management of HOT resources, imagery
> access, etc. If you have a specific question about HOT, this is the place
> to ask.
> However, since your questions see to be more focused around using
> OpenStreetMap in education, I'll direct you to the TeachOSM mailing
> list. There you'll find a small, but growing group dedicated to issues
> related specifically to using OpenStreetMap in education. I'd encourage you
> to join the TeachOSM list and post your questions there. Hope this helps,
>  https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/teachosm
> -- SEJ
> -- twitter: @geomantic
> -- skype: sejohnson8
> There are two types of people in the world. Those that can extrapolate
> from incomplete data.
> > wrote:
>> Hello. I am the GIS professor at a small school just southeast of
>> Pittsburgh,PA called California University of Pennsylvania. I am fairly new
>> to HOT. My students worked on MapGive as part of their lab. How much
>> Humanitarian Mapping is occurring at colleges? I also think another way to
>> expand the community would be through educational materials. For example,
>> it would be great if I could find some examples of how these maps are used
>> and then I could use these examples in my World Regional Geography class.
>> The students would not necessarily complete any mapping but they would
>> become aware of HOT.
>> Just my two cents
>> Tom Mueller
>> HOT mailing list
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the HOT