ICA Commission on Open Source Geospatial Technologies names Spatial {Query} Lab ‘Lab of the Month’ for January 2017

I am very proud to announce that the Spatial {Query} Lab has been named ‘Lab of the Month’ in January 2017 by the International Cartographic Association Commission on Open Source Geospatial Technologies (ICA). This honor should certainly be shared by the fantastic students in the lab working on the open source-related curriculum as well as the community that uses the content and provides valuable feedback. Thank you all for your hard work. The ICA announcement can be viewed at: http://opensourcegeospatial.icaci.org/2017/01/geoforall-lab-of-the-month-texas-am-university-corpus-christi-usa/


GST 104 – Cartographic Design – Updated to QGIS 2.8 and Inkscape 0.91

It’s finally here! The GST 104 – Cartographic Design labs are completed and available as part of our award winning GeoAcademy curriculum. The seven labs feature QGIS 2.8 and Inkscape 0.91. The lab topics are: Creating a colorful map of the United States of America Exploring Coordinate Systems and Map Projections Map Elements and Design IDP and Refugee Proportional Symbol Map IDP and Refugee Proportional Symbol Map – Designing the Final Map Countries with Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons Over 1 Million Map Design Design and Label a Downtown Street Map Here are a few examples of maps students… Read more »


Mastering QGIS Book Now Available

I am proud to announce that my first book, Mastering QGIS,  is now available from PACKT Publishing as an eBook or paper book. This book was conceived in-part from the collaborative work I did over the last few years with my co-authors Kurt Menke, and later with Dr. John Van Hoesen. We were fortunate to have Dr. Luigi Pirelli, a contributing programmer to the QGIS program, sign on to write the programming chapters in the book. Also important to mention is Dr. Phil Davis and relentless pushing of the GeoAcademy and the Read more »