[HOT] Humanitarian Mapping Education - Deadline March 17th
emir.hartato at gmail.com
Wed Mar 15 02:01:03 UTC 2017
Thanks for conducting the research. I'm sure it will be very beneficial.
I'm just wondering if the results would be available in public?
Master of Geographic Information Science (MGIS) Student
Department of Geography, University of Canterbury, Christchurch NZ
On 10 March 2017 at 04:23, Mueller, Thomas <Mueller at calu.edu> wrote:
> Hello everyone
> Sorry for cross posting again. We have received a good number of
> responses so far, however I wanted to remind those who have not responded
> yet. The deadline is next Friday March 17th.
> * Introduction*
> We are requesting your participation in our educational study on the use
> of Humanitarian Mapping within a course or as a stand-alone course. The
> purpose of this survey is to identify the extent to which humanitarian
> mapping is formally taught in US institutions of higher education. We are
> interested in learning how prevalent Humanitarian Mapping is as a part of
> post-secondary education, and to what extent and in what contexts is it
> taught, and for what educational objectives.
> *Your Participation in this Study*
> In this study, you will be asked to complete an online survey with
> questions that are tailored to the particular activity you have
> participated in. You may stop answering questions at any time. Your
> participation is completely voluntary. The researchers and the
> Institutional Review Board at Texas Tech University have reviewed the
> questions and approved this study. You may skip any question you do not
> wish to answer. We appreciate any responses you do choose voluntarily to
> provide. The survey should take no longer than 30 minutes of your time,
> depending on how detailed you choose to answer the open ended questions.
> You should be able to use the link more than once if you have more than
> one class.
> You have until March 17th at 1pm eastern.
> 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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