[HOT] HOT Mappers at Stanford?

john whelan jwhelan0112 at gmail.com
Sun Feb 1 19:03:57 UTC 2015

If you can't find someone with experience locally then I seem to recall
that there have been some training sessions using Google+?  The advantage
is that you can see the remote area and how its mapped but I don't recall
the software exactly.  I do know you have to be in the software
continuously from the beginning or you don't see the updates on the screen.

I think one or two people are on Skype as well.

Cheerio John

On 1 February 2015 at 13:52, Stacey Maples <stacemaples at stanford.edu> wrote:

> Are there any experienced HOT mappers in the Stanford University area, who
> might be willing to meet/help/ do a training for us on a project to map a
> sub-district in Bangladesh? We've made great contacts in-country, but I
> think it would be good to build a core of remote mappers, here, too.
> In F,L&T,
> Stace Maples
> Geospatial Manager
> Stanford Geospatial Center
> @mapninja
> staceymaples at G+
> Skype: stacey.maples
> Get GeoHelp: https://gis.stanford.edu/
> "I have a map of the United States... actual size.
> It says, "Scale: 1 mile = 1 mile."
> I spent last summer folding it."
> -Steven Wright-
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