Maps and the Geospatial Revolution

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Learn how advances in geospatial technology and analytical methods have changed how we do everything, and discover how to make maps and analyze geographic patterns using the latest tools.
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Alan Fitzgerald profile image
Alan Fitzgerald profile image
10/10 starsCompleted
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6 years ago
This course is a fantastic insight into maps in the modern era, a well organised and crafted tutorial to keep participants interested from the outset. The course is advertised as 6-9hours per week, but with the use of mapping software (new to me) I found myself spending much longer, out of interest more than necessity. Dr. Anthony C. Robinson and team make this a very enjoyable learning experience. 
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10/10 starsCompleted
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6 years, 1 month ago
My previous experience with geography / maps has been in high school. However, I never studied the subject during my Bachelors and Masters degrees in technology and business. I currently work as a Senior Customer Insights Analyst with an exhibitions company that has offices in Australia, Hong Kong, India, the U.K., Canada and the U.S.A. My interest in data visualisation made me decide to take this course (apart from the really cool course title). I will never regret my decision as this was my first course with Coursera and my first online course ever. The course was taught with the right mix of faculty lectures, quizzes, reading, videos, mapping assignments and discussions. I've learnt how to map using ArcGIS, which is an industry leading software and have already made a few maps for work as well as for personal decision making. The course made me enrol for four more courses, which I believe is a bit of a stretch with full-time work.... My previous experience with geography / maps has been in high school. However, I never studied the subject during my Bachelors and Masters degrees in technology and business. I currently work as a Senior Customer Insights Analyst with an exhibitions company that has offices in Australia, Hong Kong, India, the U.K., Canada and the U.S.A. My interest in data visualisation made me decide to take this course (apart from the really cool course title). I will never regret my decision as this was my first course with Coursera and my first online course ever. The course was taught with the right mix of faculty lectures, quizzes, reading, videos, mapping assignments and discussions. I've learnt how to map using ArcGIS, which is an industry leading software and have already made a few maps for work as well as for personal decision making. The course made me enrol for four more courses, which I believe is a bit of a stretch with full-time work. Good luck Anthony and thank you so much for the excellent course offering.
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3 years, 9 months ago
I have been working as a free-lance journalist and a magazine board adviser during so many years in France and abroad, I also took a class in computational geography some 15 years ago along with a really passionate team. What data truly are, what we can start with data, what that means for society, democracy, and knowledge definitely matters to me. I loved the way this MOOC enhanced my knowledge, enriched my insights, and helped me consider spatial data as a core piece of the current technological revolution.
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Christian Reinboth profile image
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10/10 starsCompleted
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6 years, 1 month ago
"Maps and the Geospatial Revolution" as offered by Dr. Anthony Robinson of Pennsylvania State University on Coursera.org is a highly recommendable and easily accessible introductory course to the world of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). You'll learn how GIS are becoming more and more pervasive, why spatial thinking is important when working with modern GIS and how good maps should be designed and structured. Along the way, you'll create several maps of your own using the software ArcGIS. A really great and fun course for people who have no or just limited experience with GIS and want to really delve into the basics.
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Arnold Lau profile image
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8/10 starsCompleted
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6 years, 1 month ago
This was an excellent introductory course with good content and presentation. The "mapping labs" that invited students to explore the proprietary software ArcGIS as well as learn how to create and analyze different sorts of basic maps were the meat of the course. There was very little video content, and with the exception of excerpts from a documentary, everything contained in the lecture videos could also be read in a text format (that wasn't just the script of the video, mind you). The content itself was basic but very insightful, going into design and methodology issues such as normalizing population, extrapolation, and selecting appropriate colors that seem obvious but are actually not taken into consideration by many mapmakers such as government agencies. The discussion forums were quite decent, although because there was a graded discussion requirement that made students post at least 20 times in order to get full credit, a lot... This was an excellent introductory course with good content and presentation. The "mapping labs" that invited students to explore the proprietary software ArcGIS as well as learn how to create and analyze different sorts of basic maps were the meat of the course. There was very little video content, and with the exception of excerpts from a documentary, everything contained in the lecture videos could also be read in a text format (that wasn't just the script of the video, mind you). The content itself was basic but very insightful, going into design and methodology issues such as normalizing population, extrapolation, and selecting appropriate colors that seem obvious but are actually not taken into consideration by many mapmakers such as government agencies. The discussion forums were quite decent, although because there was a graded discussion requirement that made students post at least 20 times in order to get full credit, a lot of shallow and superfluous threads and comments were created. The professor was frequently present in the forums, and he even held an "ask me anything" session for three hours. This course only gets four stars from me, however, because I found it difficult to relate to the mapping labs and to complete the final mapping assignment. Many of the labs relied on datasets from the United States, whereas I live outside the USA and found it difficult to relate to activities like having to map natural disasters or identify unique geological features using datasets that only had information for the USA. This was one of the factors that led me to not complete the final assignment where you created your own map, subject to peer review - if I'm going to use ArcGIS, where am I going to get a dataset? I'm sure I could have worked these issues out with much more time, but perhaps one of my suggestions for a future run of the course is to include a module on sources of data and how to work with datasets.
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Lisa Fletcher profile image
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10/10 starsCompleted
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6 years, 1 month ago
This course really opened up a whole new world to me. The lecturer was engaging and videos were short and snappy, whilst being rich in useful information. I enjoyed the practical components of the course - weekly mapping assignments which built my confidence in using digital mapping tools to tell compelling stories. The discussion board was both lively and friendly, with the lecturer playing a very active role in discussions. I've completed three MOOCs so far, and this has been the best yet!
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Pam Cherry profile image
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8/10 starsCompleted
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6 years, 1 month ago
I have completed 1/2 of a Master's in GIS. In spite of having previous knowledge of the class material I learned about topics I had never had exposure to before. This class used ArcGIS online and ESRI's Storytellling Map capability as tools. I had never had exposure to these before. I loved this course and would recommend it to anyone that loves maps, GIS and technology.
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AES profile image
AES profile image
10/10 starsCompleted
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6 years, 1 month ago
Very good material and resources, a wide scope, and a lot of links to get extra info from Internet or specialized books. Dr. Robinson was an excellent professor, and leave an enthusiastic bunch of followers. This course shows many tools, including open code based ones, but is focused mainly on ArcGIS. Besides this point, includes basic concepts, definitions, and a lot of work with maps, at the end of each part. Highly commendable, this was one of the more dynamic courses I took with Coursera (this is my eighth MOOC with them), funny and very interesting.
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Larry Thomas profile image
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10/10 starsCompleted
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6 years, 1 month ago
This is the second mooc I've taken and I really enjoyed the class. I had limited prior exposure to the subject, and I found that the structure of the course was well designed. The lessons started with the basics, and it worked its way up the ladder. Each week, it added a level of complexity which culminated in a final map project. The lessons were engaging, the videos and notes were informative, as well as entertaining, and the instructor was available, and responsive on the forums, Facebook, and on Twitter. I highly recommend this class
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Silvina Moscato profile image
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9/10 starsCompleted
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6 years, 1 month ago
I thoroughly enjoyed this course. I have been a stay-at-home-mom for the past 12 years, now planning on going back to work and so I am exploring new career paths. As an exploration geologist I used to work with GIS more than a decade ago and I thought this course would be a good refresher and also a testing ground for my ability to still handle graduate coursework as well as for gauging my interest in the subject. The course surpassed my expectations and gets high marks for being engaging, entertaining, informative, for using cutting edge, accessible technology, and for getting me excited about a new profession - I am actually considering taking the Certificate in GIS offered by Penn State. On the downside, I agree with one of the reviewers that it'd be a good idea to organize the forums with some sort of quality rating. With over 30,000 participants it gets overwhelming reading through them and it also carries the risk of one "getti... I thoroughly enjoyed this course. I have been a stay-at-home-mom for the past 12 years, now planning on going back to work and so I am exploring new career paths. As an exploration geologist I used to work with GIS more than a decade ago and I thought this course would be a good refresher and also a testing ground for my ability to still handle graduate coursework as well as for gauging my interest in the subject. The course surpassed my expectations and gets high marks for being engaging, entertaining, informative, for using cutting edge, accessible technology, and for getting me excited about a new profession - I am actually considering taking the Certificate in GIS offered by Penn State. On the downside, I agree with one of the reviewers that it'd be a good idea to organize the forums with some sort of quality rating. With over 30,000 participants it gets overwhelming reading through them and it also carries the risk of one "getting stuck" and wasting precious time on uninteresting or useless forums. All in all, I highly recommend this course and I commend Dr. Robinson and his team for a job well done.
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10/10 starsCompleted
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6 years, 1 month ago
I had no experience with this area of study. The course was great. It takes you from knowing nothing to being able to create maps using the ArcGIS website through setting up an account with them. It was better than most Coursera classes I have taken that require you to learn a new software package. What I really like was the amount of new information covered in a very entertaining way. The instructor kept things going at just the right pace. I would highly recommend this course to anyone who wants to know more about how to understand and use geographical data.
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Orazio Panciroli profile image
Orazio Panciroli profile image
8/10 starsCompleted
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  • 1 completed
6 years, 1 month ago
My previous experience with geography was only at school level, limited by the few years in which it was taught and the scarce importance assigned.In this course, the matter was valued and made fascinating. Compared to the other two courses I attended, this was surely the most practical and funny. It trained also on how to do things, not only on what the things are. I appreciated the several references and resources provided about maps, layers, data and learning opportunities. I will strive to complete the map design process, including the thematic maps, which could result useful for my current job. Further, I am very interested in Voluntereed Geographic Info activity. Last, a sincere thank to Prof. Robinson and his team for the care and the enthusiasm displayed in this course
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Joseph Flood profile image
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10/10 starsCompleted
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6 years, 1 month ago
FIRST: This is by far and away the best online course I have taken covering any subject. If you are interested in an introduction to GIS and mapping you should consider this course. SECOND: Please be mindful that this is an introductory course and is geared specifically for students with limited or no prior mapping experience. With that said: This course does an excellent job of providing the student a solid foundation to build from without becoming overwhelming to those with little or no prior exposure to the subject. The instructor provides the information in a clear and relevant format with a good bit of humor as well. Course learning structure includes: short video lectures, short reading assignments, quizzes, discussion assignments, mapping assignments, final exam, final mapping project, peer review and survey. Overall, a fantastic intro course delivered in a fun and engaging format by an outstanding instructor.
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8/10 starsCompleted
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  • 1 completed
6 years, 1 month ago
I recommend this course if you are interested in maps, geography, cartography and the science behind it. I am an architect from Spain so I had experience working with maps, but mostly in an "analogic" pencil-to-paper way. I learned in this map how the tools I use everyday related to maps are working, in depth and in a fun way. This was my first coursera, but I could see the classes were very well done, the lectures are concise and funny, and in general the class was very organized, and effective! What I liked most was doing maps and sharing them with my peers, so we could talk about what we think and how things work from different points of view. The downside were, to me, some technical issues with the login proccess in esri and some ArcGIS problems sharing maps publicly. Anyway this were minor problems, and they did not occur to all students. I loved this course, and I know it will return on March 2014. I will probably follow Anthon... I recommend this course if you are interested in maps, geography, cartography and the science behind it. I am an architect from Spain so I had experience working with maps, but mostly in an "analogic" pencil-to-paper way. I learned in this map how the tools I use everyday related to maps are working, in depth and in a fun way. This was my first coursera, but I could see the classes were very well done, the lectures are concise and funny, and in general the class was very organized, and effective! What I liked most was doing maps and sharing them with my peers, so we could talk about what we think and how things work from different points of view. The downside were, to me, some technical issues with the login proccess in esri and some ArcGIS problems sharing maps publicly. Anyway this were minor problems, and they did not occur to all students. I loved this course, and I know it will return on March 2014. I will probably follow Anthony C. Robinson in any other course he makes. See you there!
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8/10 starsCompleted
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6 years, 1 month ago
In my activity (computer technician) I randomly get in touch with GIS related activities. I'm curious, so I like always to study things in order to understand better their use, but most of all I'm interested in new point of views and new procedures that (maybe) could be used in different contexts. That's why I enrolled and really appreciated this course: it gives an overall idea, stimulating neurons in (spatially ;-) new directions and willing me to learn more. The course exactly met my expectations, it forced me at the beginning to confront with the other students (oh, btw, it makes feel younger being tagged as a student: I'm a kid 49 years old :-) and I learned and discovered several new things. I really appreciated the peer assessment, it was something new to me but I recognize it's a really good way to go. In conclusion: thanks Dr. Antony C. Robinson and thanks to all the peers and People with whom I interacted during this course.
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9/10 starsCompleted
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  • 1 completed
6 years, 1 month ago
As an introductory course, it did exactly what it proposed to do. Liked the approach and the way all issues were handled. The materials were of good quality and a very good variety of hi and low tech options were provided for a range of participants - I.e. it really was inclusive. Thought the requirements a little tough - especially over the (northern hemisphere) vacation time and deadlines were deadlines .... would have liked more flexibility to get ahead in order to prioritise other things. More meaningful discussion was missing from many of the fora, quality rather than quantity would have been better - a suggestion for future courses. I would certainly recommend this course for beginners. Was amazing the range of people involved. But as with most MOOCs, it did not appear to reach those who perhaps would need it most. Coursers seems a good and reliable platform. Using ArcGIS Online for lab work was great as it is FREE! I know ther... As an introductory course, it did exactly what it proposed to do. Liked the approach and the way all issues were handled. The materials were of good quality and a very good variety of hi and low tech options were provided for a range of participants - I.e. it really was inclusive. Thought the requirements a little tough - especially over the (northern hemisphere) vacation time and deadlines were deadlines .... would have liked more flexibility to get ahead in order to prioritise other things. More meaningful discussion was missing from many of the fora, quality rather than quantity would have been better - a suggestion for future courses. I would certainly recommend this course for beginners. Was amazing the range of people involved. But as with most MOOCs, it did not appear to reach those who perhaps would need it most. Coursers seems a good and reliable platform. Using ArcGIS Online for lab work was great as it is FREE! I know there are open source options, but it unified all participants and allowed support to be provided. Id like to take a more advanced course now that got into story maps and template customisation! The amount of work needed to develop such a course should not be underestimated. So hats off to those responsible.
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6/10 starsCompleted
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6 years, 1 month ago
Having worked on the subject for a couple of years now, there is very little new I took from the course. It relies on proprietary software (ArcGIS) instead of the many open source solutions, mainly due to its web availability, but I found that to be a down side. Anyhow, the course is quite basic and light, and can be a great way to see if you like the subject, and start managing the vocabulary and basic notions of GIS, maps and cartography.
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10/10 starsCompleted
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6 years, 1 month ago
My first MOOC, took it because I am interested in the subject and also for fun . The content is excellent, very well prepared and presented and opens up the subject very clearly. I can recommend it not only for the content but also for the fun way it is presented. Prof. Robinson is a star!!!
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9/10 starsCompleted
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6 years, 1 month ago
it was an excellent course to attend sitting at home doing job and taking exams. i had a experience of developing military applications which i can not display over here so i developed a very small map within 30 minutes and gave a jpeg that is why people gave me very poor ratings anyway better next time i will spare my time and will show you what i am capable of actually . this was only thins what i dislike in it . I compare this free course 9 out of 10 learning point of view specifically exams were excellent .
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8/10 starsCompleted
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6 years, 1 month ago
I do not have a formal GIS mapping course. This course has provided me with an invaluable resource for further learning and the content and mapping exercises made this course interesting. I highly recommend anybody to take this course if you are interested and is a worth investment of your time.
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10/10 starsCompleted
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6 years, 1 month ago
I strongly suggest you this class. I didn't have any geospatial bases, and I have been able to create basic maps with professional tools in few weeks. I believe maps&geospatial; is a revolution that has just changed our world, and I consider there is are no limits for future applications (and the evolution of technologies and low cost equipment give all of us maps&geospatial; capabilities). Don’t forget that it’s a true science, and that behind the “user-end simple use we have” there are tons of skilled people’s work. Well, I have easily learnt a lot of interesting things and I’m gonna apply them in my everyday life. More, I have had fun. Great MOOC, great pedagogy, easy to follow even if I’m working full time and I’m not English mother tongue. Thank you to Pr. Anthony Robinson, to all his staff and to Penn State University.
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10/10 starsCompleted
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6 years, 1 month ago
I had a fair amount of related experience but learnt a lot from this course. The presentation was excellent, as were the course material, links to resources and the tips for where to get a good chocolate cake. The course requirement to participate in forum discussions worked very well to get everyone engaged and to share knowledge and opinions. All in all it's an excellent course.
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10/10 starsCompleted
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4 years, 3 months ago
Totally recommended for people who want to start exploring the world of maps. Even if you have some experience mapping as me, you will be able to learn new GIS tools and other useful resources. In addition, because the course was full of people from a wide diverisity of levels of practice and enthusiasm, the forum discussions were ground of very interesting topics, passionate debates and helpful tips. You will not find any kind of programming learning, and all the applications used during the MOOC will be online.
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10/10 starsCompleted
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6 years, 1 month ago
This is my first MOOC and online course, I had a very fascinating experience with this course because all provision of material and insteresting information gaved fot our teacher Anthony Robinson than now is part of my life. Thank you so much. Not hesitate to take a course this professor again. MAPS are beautiful tolls that help us to help the world <3
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6 years, 1 month ago
This was my first MOOC, and I jumped in because I thought the topic might be interesting. I have always liked exploring maps, but had no real previous experience with GIS except for Google Maps. As I participated in the course, I found myself as fascinated by the techniques used to deliver learning online (video lectures, narrative, slides, supplemental video, hands-on exercises, and paced release of lessons) as the course content itself (which was exceptional). The content was appropriately rigorous but clearly explained, so participation was encouraged. The lectures were brief and funny, the quizzes and exam fair, and the weekly mapping assignments were where the individual learning took place for me. Thanks to Dr. Robinson and his team.
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10/10 starsCompleted
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6 years, 1 month ago
This was the first MOOC I actually completed. The whole course was very interesting and engaging. It also offered the possibility to dig deeper in the content you liked the most, with relevant links. I had some previous experience working with gvSIG, but I think it was worth my time... particularly in the last lessons (4 and 5) that give you good advice on symbols, colors, layout, etc.
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7/10 starsCompleted
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6 years, 1 month ago
Not my first online class but definitely my first MOOC!! Dr. Robinson is an awesome instructor. He added a lot of insight and useful information. This class is both for the novice and the GIS professional. The field of geospatial technology is rapidly growing; taking courses like this allows one to keep up and stay current and refresh themselves on previously taught skills.
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6 years, 1 month ago
This was my first MOOC course and I really enjoyed it. Thanks to Professor Anthony Robinson. He made it interesting and the assignments where worth my time online.
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10/10 starsCompleted
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6 years, 1 month ago
I have had very little formal background in either Geography or in mapping, but I do have a strong interest, which is what attracted me to the course. It's a very 'hands-on' course. Basic principles are taught in the lectures (which are brief), but the real learning comes from the mapping exercises. I noted that the 'workload' was 8-11 hours per week, but that's might be over- stating what was required in the course. I probably spent that much and more because I wanted to 'mess with maps.' I am sure I will continue to do so on my own even now that the course has ended. It seems that everything I do now is 'an opportunity for a map.'
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6 years, 1 month ago
Great! Professor is great as well as the course itself! Also, the course actually provide the general public a chance to really look into the geography technology and technique that affect their way of life dramatically.
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