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(Minutes from the edu BOF at FOSS4G 2006)
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** Review of edu tasks
 
** Review of edu tasks
 
** Things that are going on
 
** Things that are going on
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*** GRASS tutorial
 
** Educational project
 
** Educational project
  
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** Organize review of educational materials
 
** Organize review of educational materials
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*** Categories of materials
 
*** Certification criteria
 
*** Certification criteria
  
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** FOSS4G papers into a scientific journal (special issue?)
 
** FOSS4G papers into a scientific journal (special issue?)
 
*** IJ of geoinformatics www.j-geoinfo.net
 
*** IJ of geoinformatics www.j-geoinfo.net
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** Dataset
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*** Educational review & various contexts
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*** To be used with other software tools
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*** Descriptions of what is needed for tutorials / commong use cases

Revision as of 09:19, 12 September 2006

Minutes from the edu BOF at FOSS4G 2006

  • Present:
    • Ari Jolma(*), Dan Ames, Helena Mitasova(*), Ned Horning(*), Seppo Kaitala, Venka Raghavan(*), Markus Neteler(*), Pericles Nacionales(*), Przemyslaw Bojczuk, Marco Ciolli, Teemu Kokkonen

(*) members

  • Agenda
    • Review of edu tasks
    • Things that are going on
      • GRASS tutorial
    • Educational project
  • Things that could/should be done
    • Conference tutorials as starting points?
      • Licence?
    • Organize review of educational materials
      • Categories of materials
      • Certification criteria
    • Describe "best practices"
    • Describe levels of FOSS4G know-how required from students
      • Certification of curricula
      • GISCI.org
      • what software tools
    • FOSS4G papers into a scientific journal (special issue?)
      • IJ of geoinformatics www.j-geoinfo.net
    • Dataset
      • Educational review & various contexts
      • To be used with other software tools
      • Descriptions of what is needed for tutorials / commong use cases