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So nice to see familiar faces!

Thanks for stopping by the virtual T3G party. The list of resources and links shared are listed below. We had 37 friends stop by in person!

We hope to see everyone again at the Esri Education Summit, August 6-7, 2020.

Other stuff to do this week

We will host two Zoom sessions if you want to talk through any GIS projects your working on.
Come to our booth in the Expo to Zoom and Talk GIS in Education Resources & Virtual Training with Us:

  • TODAY 7/14 - 4:00-5:00 pm Pacific
  • Wednesday 7/15 - 6:30-7:20 am Pacific
To the Expo
Barbaree Duke : Geographic cocktails
From Michael Camponovo, UT Knoxville :  Bookcase Credibility Twitter feed
From Michael Camponovo, UT Knoxville :
From Heidi Ragsdale :
From Nicole Ernst : Shameless plug for GeoTech workshop: on remote sensing August 3-5
From Matt Winbigler : distance idea from last spring was signs of spring with Survey 123 -- grade 7
From Rebecca Theobald : GeoCivics is looking for mappers to create a variety of Electoral District maps based on prioritizing different redistricting criteria (competitiveness, communities of interest, compactness, etc.).  Look for more information, or email Rebecca Theobald at  Check it out -
From Fran Harvey :
From Barbaree Duke : Mappy Resources - GISetc's Hub or.
From Stanley Mubako : Had fun sharing skills from T3G in Africa last summer:
From Joseph Kerski : Because I know Amy is not going to mention this as she's so humble, check out this new article about Amy Work -
From Roger Palmer : In case you don't know I now work at Pasco Scientific designing environmental hardware to put data onto maps!!!!   Here's a climate graph map I built to start inspiring my colleagues to think how we can map more data play around  with the pop ups.  Based on most recent 30 year averages. If there is a sharing issue on the resources, just email me at:   214-533-8374
From Joseph Kerski : Mapping Hour -
From Rebecca Theobald : If you are interested in a perspective on COVID-19 in China, check out my college classmate's blog (go back to December).  We used it in real time in my "Spaces of Political Geography" class. The students asked questions and she answered (all written - we thought about trying to connect in real time, but then we went to remote learning and that was not going to work).  Bottom line - my students were somewhat less shocked about stay-at-home orders because they had been reading these blog entries.
From Joseph Kerski : If you need to georeference an image in ArcGIS Pro, here are a few videos of mine for how-to's -
From Laura Bowden : Data Science E-Learning Guide:
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