GeoEd'20 Conference

What

For the first time in history, GeoEd will be offered as a FREE virtual conference! Join GeoEd on June 9 and June 10 for exciting keynote presentations, concurrent sessions, updates from the GeoTech Center, topical discussions, and so much more!

Day One - First Sessions

  • Using and Building Open Educational Resources (OER) in Geospatial Technology and Geography
  • Analysis in ArcGIS Online
  • Working with Imagery in ArcGIS Pro
  • Using the Drone Racing League Simulator

Day One - Second Sessions

  • OpenStreetMap
  • Getting Started with the NEW Story Maps
  • Insights

Day Two - First Sessions

  • COVID-19 and Census Data
  • ArcGIS Operations Dashboard
  • Using ModelBuilder in ArcGIS Pro

Day Two - Second Sessions

  • Mapping for Social Studies
  • Fun with Survey123
  • Virtualization of ArcGIS Pro

2020 Workshops:
All workshops will be held online due to COVID-19.

Working with ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Pro, UAS, and Earth Imagery - June 17-19
Application Deadline: 5/15/20

Instructors: Mukila Maitha & Rich Schultz
Workshop Description: Working with ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Pro
Participants at this workshop gain hands-on experience on teaching with ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Pro, UAVs (drones), and Earth Imagery. Attendees will be introduced to open curriculum development resources (lessons and data) from national and international repositories. Workshop participants will develop an exercise or lesson for use in one of their classes.

Working with Remote Sensing Imagery in ArcGIS and ArcGIS Pro - August 4-6
Application Deadline: 7/3/20

Instructors: Vince DiNoto & Nicole Ernst
Workshop Description: Working with Remote Sensing Imagery in ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Pro
In this workshop, participants will be introduced to web-based applications that allow for imagery interpretation and analysis. Additionally, this workshop will cover remote sensing workflows in ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Pro. Participants will work with Landsat, Sentinel, and other imagery sources. Workshop participants will develop an exercise or lesson for use in one of their classes.

Autonomous Vehicle Technology Sensors (Air, Land and Sea): What Teachers Need to Know for the Classroom - October 15-16
Application Deadline: 9/11/20

Instructors: Jon Beck, Chris Hadfield, Zackary Nicklin, Ben Richason, Jill Zande
Workshop Description: The Geospatial Dimensions of Autonomous Vehicles Technologies (Air, Land and Sea)
This workshop is designed to address the geospatial dimensions impacting the aerospace, automotive and marine autonomous technologies industries. Educators from these disciplines face many challenges from the rapid integration of technology. Through hands-on experience and discussion, we will cover industry trends and the future impact of advanced technologies integration resulting from autonomous technologies. Attendees will be prepared to use this technology in their classroom using portable, cost efficient experimentation and exercises.

When

June 9-10, 2020
 

Registration

While the conference is free to attend, registration is required.