INF 385T Special Topics in Information Science : Mapping For The Common Good
Mapping for the Common Good provides students of any background and any academic specialty/interest a broad theoretical and technical understanding of maps, spatial data and geovisualization. It is intentionally structured to highlight the many ways in which geographic information technologies and spatial reasoning skills can profoundly impact our understanding of the world. It also provides students with an opportunity to better appreciate how spatial data and mapping can be used to develop strategies, plans, and designs to improve the quality of life for communities and their citizens.
Restricted to graduate degree seekers in the School of Information during registration periods 1 and 2. Remaining seats will be made available to outside students on August 19th. Interested non-iSchool students may request a seat reservation by completing this Registration Support Questionnaire.