Wednesday, November 13, 4-6pm
Milstein 102, Barnard College
Join faculty, researchers, and staff for an introductory conversation about how faculty can bring spatial methods into humanities and social science courses.
- Featuring undergraduate and graduate courses that can serve as models
- View sample student projects from recent courses
- Learn about programs and resources available from Columbia Libraries, the Empirical Reasoning Center, and the Center for Spatial Research.
The first in a year-long series of workshops on discourses of place and space and the use of digital mapping and Geographic Information Systems in the classroom.
Refreshments will be provided. No experience necessary, all levels welcome.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 11