Monday, February 27, 2012

Virtual Geography Convention 2012: The AAG's Conference on Twitter Third Update

Welcome to the 2012 Virtual Geography Convention!  If you have a presentation or blog post you wished published please contact me at catholicgauze [at] gmail [dot] com!  

An update on interesting information being shared at the Association of American Geographers conference in New York City.

Penn State Geography:  noticing a tension between large scale global and small scale local research methods here

Scooter Wadsworth:  Good work being done by the AAG to understand the disconnect between Geography programs and real world work involving geography.

Scott St. George:  Druckenbrod 'Trend Intervention' methods are better able to identify prolonged changes in tree growth.

Alan McConchie:  What should cartography professors teach now? JavaScript tools, esp. open source: leaflet, jQuery, etc, says (not flash)

bthny:  Advice from : cartography students need to learn JavaScript and python and stuff.

Emily Fekete:  Deaf geographies are the most linguisticly diverse session at with at least 4 languages represented among presenters.

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