GIS education

GIS at Niagara College: Janet Finlay

Today we are doing an interview with Janet Finlay from Niagara College. She is an instructor for their GIS-Geospatial Management…

2012 Selkirk College GIS Students

Tracey Harvey Part Two: GIS Instructor, Selkirk College

GoGeomatics Canada is looking to the west of Canada and speaking with Tracey Harvey GIS instructor at Selkirk College in…

British Columbia Institute of Technology

Sheila Churchill: GIS Instructor at British Columbia Institute of Technology

GoGeomatics: Welcome to the GoGeomatics Canada community. To begin, can you tell us where you are from and where you…

A GIS Postgraduate’s Journal – September 25, 2012

September 25, 2012 Growing up, my life ambitions changed almost daily, not unlike most young children. Nearing the end of…

The Best GIS Education in Canada

In 1960 Canada brought the first GIS to use.¬† We can thank Dr. Roger¬†Tomlinson for this genesis. He called the…

Dave MacLean: GIS Faculty, COGS Advanced Diploma in Geographic Sciences

GoGeomatics Canada is talking to Dave MacLean – a member of the GIS Faculty at the Centre of Geographic Sciences…

Darin Brooks: GIS Instructor, College of the North Atlantic

GoGeomatics: Welcome to the GoGeomatics Canada community. To get started can you tell us about where you are from and…

Lawrie Keillor-Faulkner: GIS Instructor, Fleming College

GoGeomatics Canada is talking to Lawrie Keillor-Faulkner a member of the GIS Faculty at Fleming College in Ontario. GoGeomatics: Welcome…

Do we need a consistent approach to spatial education across Canada?

I’ve been asked to lead a GIS program review for our College; we want to try to anticipate future trends…

Brad Maguire: GIS Instructor at Vancouver Island University

GoGeomatics: Welcome to the GoGeomatics Canada community. First off, can you tell us about where you are from and where…

Top 10 Canadian Geomatics Twitter Feeds

We have scoured the net and reviewed a number of Canadian Twitter streams. Skilled tweeters can pack a good deal of pertinent information and keen insight into 140 characters. The trouble is, they can be hard to find in a swelling sea of self-aggrandizing micro bloggers. That’s why we have assembled a list of the top ten Twitter feeds from Canadian geomatics professionals, personalities, and organizations.