[HOT] Humanitarian Mapping for a class

Ahasanul Hoque hoque.ahasan at gmail.com
Sun Jan 25 17:00:15 UTC 2015


Thanks Lyan for the links of hdyc and osmfight.

Hi Mueller, Glad to know that your are incorporating OSM in your
geography syllabus. I also believe that OSM can be spread faster with this.
I am trying same in Bangladesh also, planning for some training in
geography or GIS departments in public universities of Bangladesh. Lets
see. I am wondered to know that some of your students mapping
Kamrangirchar, DHaka !!!! Do you know from Missing Maps Project with HOT,
here our OSM community also mapping Kamrangirchar and Hazaribagh area of
Dhaka. Are your students still mapping here ?

thanks
Ahasan

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On Sun, Jan 25, 2015 at 8:40 PM, Yantisa Akhadi <yantisa.akhadi at hotosm.org>
wrote:

> Hi Thomas,
>
> I second Paul idea, here in Indonesia, we often use HDYC [1] to see
> contributions of our student participants, surely spot check to see the
> quality also required. To make it a bit more fun and to make it more
> competitive we sometimes use OSM Fight too, to compare contributions.
>
> [1] http://hdyc.neis-one.org/
> [2] http://osmfight.neis-one.org/
>
> Best,
>
> *Yantisa Akhadi (Iyan)*
> *Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team*
> Tel: +62 81 5787 03388  Email: yantisa.akhadi at hotosm.org
> hot.openstreetmap.org | openstreetmap.id
>
> On Fri, Jan 23, 2015 at 8:00 AM, Steven Johnson <sejohnson8 at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
>> Hi Tom,
>> Glad to see you incorporating HOT into your geography classes. For
>> starters, I'd suggest you take a look at some of the material we've
>> compiled on the TeachOSM site[1] , which includes basic information on
>> creating a workflow, grading & rubric, as well as some case studies.
>> Secondly, I'd encourage you to subscribe to the TeachOSM mailing list[2]
>> and post your query there where other educators are likely to see it.
>> Lastly, you might talk to Nuala Cowen and Richard Hinton at George
>> Washington University. Nuala and Richard have incorporated digitizing
>> exercises for HOT in their classes and have a approach to making sure
>> students complete the tasks without resorting to minimum time.
>>
>> HTH,
>> SEJ
>>
>>
>> [1] http://teachosm.org/
>> [2] 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.
>>
>> On Thu, Jan 22, 2015 at 1:53 PM, Mueller, Thomas <Mueller at calu.edu>
>> wrote:
>>
>>>  Hello
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Hello, I have been working slowly trying to integrate humanitarian
>>> mapping into my classes and students’ education over the past couple of
>>> years .  I am a Geography professor, but I admit I am a jack of all trades
>>> master of none (as I teach crime mapping, demographic analysis, GIS, etc.)
>>>  I have tried several small projects– some successful and others not so
>>> successful.  This year in one of my upper level classes I have assigned a
>>> Humanitarian Mapping assignment.  The students will be working on the
>>> Mapping Kamrangirchar (Dhaka, Bangladesh).  I felt this was a good project
>>> for my students since there are quite a few structures that need to be
>>> mapped.    I am requesting that my students spend 30 minutes per week,
>>> every week mapping structures for this project.  Obviously this should not
>>> be a difficult for them, but I am hoping it will accomplish several
>>> objectives including:
>>>
>>> 1)      Help map the area
>>>
>>> 2)      Help the students understand how they can “donate” their time
>>> to help (within a topic in their field)
>>>
>>> 3)      Hopefully this will become part of their routine so they will
>>> continue, etc.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Also it will make sure that I donate my time too to this endeavor.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> I have one question – how is the best way for me to check that they have
>>> completed this assignment every week?  Should I have them copy and paste
>>> their history on to a Word Document?  Is there a better way?
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Hopefully if this project is successful, then I am hoping to integrate
>>> this assignment into more of my classes.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Thank you for your time
>>>
>>> Tom Mueller
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Thomas R. Mueller, Ph.D., GISP
>>> *Advisor: Geography Major with GIS and Emergency Management
>>> Concentration*
>>> *Co - Director: Pennsylvania View*
>>> Department of Earth Sciences, California University of Pennsylvania
>>>
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>>> shoved, pushed and prodded to do better." - Johnny Unitas
>>>
>>>
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