[HOT] Humanitarian Mapping
dale.kunce at gmail.com
Sat Apr 26 22:16:34 UTC 2014
The great folks over at George Washington are doing lots of stuff with both
MapGive and directly with groups such as USAID and with the American Red
Cross. We, Red Cross, are always looking to engage more students and
classes in humanitarian mapping. I would be happy to share our experience
with OpenStreetMap and HOT during the Typhoon Haiyan and Guinea Ebola
Please feel free to contact me offlist to discuss further.
On Sat, Apr 26, 2014 at 3:46 PM, AYTOUN RALPH <ralph.aytoun at ntlworld.com>wrote:
> Hello Tom,
> Stephen Beckett at BBC, Click [<stephen.beckett at bbc.co.uk>] is putting
> together a documentary on the HOT mapping of Lubumbashi where they used
> printouts from OSM's request for emergency mapping, and may well be what
> you are looking for to show your students.
> Hope this helps
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> Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2014 20:48:37 -0400
> From: Tom M <paview9 at gmail.com>
> To: hot at openstreetmap.org
> Subject: [HOT] Humanitarian Mapping
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> 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
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