Online Course: TC141- Mapping for International Development

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tc141-badge-400px-shadow.pngThe use of digital mapping tools is beginning to reshape the way that international development activities are carried out. Government agencies, NGOs, companies, and other actors are beginning to turn to digital maps to draw attention to human rights violations, help communities prepare for natural disasters, visualize social media trends in real-time, monitor election violence, distribute food and other resources more effectively and so much more.

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In this four-week online certificate course, participants will learn practical skills related to all aspects of the map creation process: (1) How to gather data for your map or work with data that already exists; (2) How to organize and classify data effectively; (3) How to design an aestheticly beautiful digital map; (4) How to maintain the map over time. Some of the platforms and tools we will explore include: OpenStreetMap, GoogleMapMaker, MapBox, Ushahidi, ArcGIS, as well as Palantir and CaerusGeo.

  • $395 if application and payment is submitted by October 11th
  • $445 if application and payment is submitted by start of course
  • Group discount rates available. For more details, please contact us at info@ techchange.org.

Click here for more information and online application.

About Alexandra Amling

MAIPS 2014 Graduate Candidate with a focus on Conflict Resolution, International Migration and Refugees. Holds a Master's degree in Southeast Asian and Chinese Studies with a regional interest in Cambodia, Myanmar/Burma and Thailand. Currently supporting the GSIPM staff as a Graduate Assistant.

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