[Talk-GB] OSM University of Liverpool exercise (or 200 free(ish) volunteers)
n.bearman at liverpool.ac.uk
Tue Feb 17 15:04:28 UTC 2015
Thank you everyone for your replies (both on and off list) - I really
appreciate the time you've taken to write them. There is a lot to think
about in there, which I will spend some time doing.
I've not made any decisions yet (the university have kept me quite busy
since December) but I will let you know what I end up doing.
Best wishes, and many thanks again.
On 27 November 2014 at 13:50, Nick Bearman <n.bearman at liverpool.ac.uk>
> I hope this is the correct place to post this - if not, please be kind to
> me (as a newbie) and point me in the right direction!
> I'm teaching a 1st year Undergraduate module on GIS with approx. 200
> Planning and/or Geography students on it next year (Oct 2015 - Mar 2016).
> This is an Introduction to GIS module, and I'd also like to explore the
> potential of getting the students to explore and contribute to OSM. This
> is still quite a way off so I am still developing the material and what the
> students are going to cover elsewhere in the module. I've found various
> bits of material on using OSM in this form (
> http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Education, http://teachosm.org/en/w,
> I'm looking for someone who has completed something similar in the past
> and has any recommendation on how to do this most effectively, and what
> areas in Liverpool would benefit most from the students contribution.
> Currently, giving the time available to the students, I would be thinking
> of a desk-based digitisation exercise, but this can be flexible. I've
> already contacted John McKerrell but I'm interested to talk to other
> mappers in Liverpool that can suggest areas that need the most attention
> and/or who might like to be involved.
> Please feel free to get in touch (on-list or off-list) if you'd like more
> Best wishes,
> Dr Nick Bearman | Research Associate & University Teacher |
> n.bearman at liverpool.ac.uk
> Department of Geography and Planning | University of Liverpool
Dr Nick Bearman | Research Associate & University Teacher
Department of Geography and Planning | University of Liverpool
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