Core Curriculum Project
The project aims at creating and promoting curriculum material that supports the goals of the Foundation. The intent is to provide material that is accessible by a broad audience including academia, professionals, and the general public. Material supported through this project should directly or indirectly build and strengthen the open source geospatial user and developer communities. This can be accomplished by integrating the use of OSGeo endorsed tools in curricula that teach geospatial concepts and applications as well as the creating curricula to teach skills necessary for people to actively participate in supported OSGeo software and data projects.
The Core Curriculum Project of the Open Source Geospatial Foundation is currently in the "definition phase". (some comments)
- Information gathering
- Develop list of potential participants
- Invite people/organizations to express interest
- Discuss potential charter and project name.
- Present charter to OSGeo Board for approval.
- Charter should probably have "Terms of Reference" - i.e. what the group will do
- Charter should probably have an initial list of participants/organizations (no need for membership)
- Charter should name a Chair, and optionally a Vice-Chair or co-Chair and some initial members.
- Assuming project is approved, or even before it is - Get to work!
If you add people/orgs to this list, please indicate whether you're adding yourself/your organization or whether you are "nominating" the person/organization as a potential member.
- Scott Emmons (added by Tyler): University of Northern British Columbia - emmons at unbc.ca.
- Ned Horning (added by self): American Museum of Natural History’s Center for Biodiversity and Conservation email@example.com www.geospatial.amnh.org
- Ari Jolma (added by self): Helsinki University of Technology, Finland ari.jolma at tkk.fi
- Puneet Kishor (added by self): punkish at eidesis dot org; GeoAnalytics, Inc., soon to join Univ of Wisconsin - Madison
- Tyler Mitchell (added by markusN): Author of Web Mapping Illustrated . Seminars at local schools: University of Northern British Columbia, Canada  and College of New Caledonia, Canada . Email tylermitchell at shaw.ca.
- Helena Mitasova (added by self): North Carolina State University, firstname.lastname@example.org 
- Pericles Nacionales (added by self): University of Minnesota, naci0002 at umn dot edu
- Matthew Perry (added by self): University of California, Santa Barbara, perrygeo at gmail dot com
- Charlie Schweik (added by self): University of Massachusetts, Amherst, cschweik at pubpol dot umass dot edu people.umass.edu/cschweik
- Ian Turton (added by self): Penn State Uni, State College, developed Open Web Mapping course at Uni of Leeds, UK  now modifying it for PennState. ianturton at gmail com work blog
- Venkatesh Raghavan (added by self): Osaka City University, Japan raghavan at .media.osaka-cu.ac.jp
- Aaron Racicot (added by self): Ecotrust, Portland Oregon USA - aaronr at ecotrust.org
- David Hastings (added by self): United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, email hastingsd at un.org
- The NCGIA Core Curriculum in GIScience
- Remote Sensing Core Curriculum
- C. Schweik: 2005-2010. NSF CAREER Grant. “The Open Source/Content Commons as a New Paradigm for Collaborative Scientific Research: A Research and Teaching Agenda.” - MN had some personal conversation at OSG'05
- Open Web Mapping course - Ian Turton, this is under the creative commons despite living on a University web site, I just haven't got a good new home for it yet.
- S. Erle, R. Gibson, and J. Walsh, 2005, Mapping Hacks. O'Reilly Media, Inc., 564 pages, ISBN 0596007035, http://mappinghacks.com
- S. Erle and R. Gibson, 2006, Google Maps Hacks. O'Reilly Media, Inc., 366 pages, ISBN: 0-596-10161-9, http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/googlemapshks/
- D. Hastings, 1994 et seq., The CyberInstitute Short-Course on Geographic Information Systems. Formerly hosted at http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov. Now archived at http://web.archive.org/web/20040221110141/www.ngdc.noaa.gov/seg/tools/gis/referenc.shtml
- B. Kropla, 2005, Beginning MapServer: Open Source GIS Development (Expert's Voice in Open Source). Apress, 448 pages, ISBN 1590594908, http://www.apress.com/book/bookDisplay.html?bID=443
- T. Mitchell, 2005, Web Mapping Illustrated: Using Open Source GIS Toolkits. O'Reilly Media, Inc., 367 pages, ISBN 0596008651, http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/webmapping/