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Tuesday, August 19th, 2014

The World at Their Fingertips: Engaging Students to Do Real-World Geographic Investigations

For the past 20 years, numerous enterprising primary and secondary educators have used GIS to engage their students in real-world investigations from local to global scale. GIS in education has recently received a tremendous boost through Esri’s participation in the White House’s ConnectEd initiative. Through the initiative, designed to strengthen Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

Tuesday, June 10th, 2014

Google Earth Outreach Continues Collaboration with Nonprofits, Educators and Researchers for Earth Modeling and Monitoring

Google Earth is all about putting things in geographic context, aiding literacy and helping users in discovery. This capacity that started out with Keyhole technology has continuously evolved to include more data, and greater usability now with direct interface integration with Google Maps. From its early origins, the tool has also been applied to local

Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

SuperGeo Enhances GIS Learning CD and GPS Learning CD

SuperGeo is pleased to announce the updates for GPS Learning CD and GIS Learning CD. After collecting the user feedback and enhancing the text content, SuperGeo Press now re-issued the 2 learning CDs, facilitating users to learn GPS and GIS knowledge clearly with vivid flash animation.  

Tuesday, December 20th, 2011

UK and Chinese Geospatial Experts Launch New Joint Centre

After several months of preparation, a new Sino-UK Geospatial Engineering Centre has been launched formally in Beijing. It will be run jointly by NASG, China’s National Administration for Survey, Mapping and Geoinformation — through its academic arm the Chinese Academy of Survey and Mapping (CASM) — and The University of Nottingham. The Centre will develop geospatial