4 Most Popular GoGeomatics Articles of 2014
It’s that time again! Time to take a look back at the last year on the Magazine and see which articles were the most popular with our readers. We had a lot of great reads to choose from this year, but here is the definitive list of the top 4 GoGeomatics articles of 2014.
Written by GoGeomatics Canada – July 8, 2014
“Last year, we brought you the rankings of as many geomatics-related Tweeters as we could find. A lot can happen in a year, especially in the fast-paced world of the Twitterverse. That’s why we’re updating those Twitter rankings for 2014. Some things have changed, some things stayed the same…” Continue Reading
Written by Jon Murphy – January 22, 2014
“At the end of last year, I came across what I think is an excellent synopsis of what NRCan and the Canadian Federal Government are focused on in terms of geomatics. All of it is located in a great report called the Country Report of Canada. It is a publicly available document on the United Nations (UN) servers that you can download and read…” Continue Reading
Written by Chris Carlin – January 20, 2014
“Success is a destination for which a clear path must be drawn. As GIS technology is relatively young in the marketplace, today marks a time of expanding opportunities, as well as the challenge for young graduates to define their career paths.
Which institutions should high school graduates seek out for their education? Which programs would offer them the hands-on training necessary to help them on their way to success? Is there a regional variation in the training provided by each institution? These are important questions for any high school graduate, especially a graduate seeking a career in GIS. With these questions looming overhead, there is an opportunity for us to engage with and improve Canadian GIS education across the board…” Continue Reading
Written by GoGeomatics Canada – August 11, 2014
“GoGeomatics recently published a press release on the launch of the Esri Canada GIS Centres of Excellence in Higher Education. To get a better understanding of these new programs, we caught up with Dr. Brent Hall, Director of Education and Research at Esri Canada. His role at Esri is to foster growth and excellence in the use of GIS technology within the education and research communities…” Continue Reading