- August: After teaching this course for two decades, J.S. Aber is turning it over to a new instructor for the fall 2012 semester. Jeremy W. Aber is just completing his Ph.D. in Geography at Kansas State University. He's a full-time instructor at ESU this academic year and will take on some courses in the geospatial analysis program, including this one. For further information, contact J.W. Aber @ email@example.com.
Notice: Student email will move to Google accounts on Sept. 24th. Addresses will change to the format "firstname.lastname@example.org" For more information, go to student email.
- July 16: The latest issue of Time magazine (vol. 180, no. 4), listed satellite imaging among the top 20 fastest-growing industries for 2012-17. ESU's Geospatial Analysis program is well situated to take advantage of continuing opportunities in this rapidly growing high-tech field.
- Welcome to ES 551 Computer Mapping Systems! This course will be taught for on-campus and distance-learning students during the fall semester, beginning in August 2012. The course preliminary schedule is now available.
Distance-learning students must have access to Idrisi software, which is the primary GIS utilized for this course. Distance-learning students can obtain the "student-starter license" for $95, upon proof of student status. Note: Idrisi is for PC computers; it is difficult to run on "Mac" computers.
The course begins officially on Aug. 16. All distance-learning students should contact the instructor. Please fill out and return the student agreement form. For more information, contact J.W. Aber @ email@example.com.
Return to mapping syllabus.
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