Spatial Analysis with ArcGIS Online: ESRI Workshop with Joseph Kerski
11 September 2019, 12-1.30pm
RMIT University, 080.10.013
This workshop led by special guest Dr Joseph Kerski, Education Manager, ESRI, Redlands CA, will help you build your skills in spatial analysis using ArcGIS Online. All RMIT staff and students welcome, and suitable for all levels of expertise in ArcGIS. A light lunch will be provided. Numbers are limited and registration is essential.
Dr Joseph Kerski is a geographer with a focus on the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in education. Joseph was honoured to collaborate with GTAV to create the Spatial Technology online course. He was the President of the US National Council for Geographic Education and gave a TED Talk on “The Whys of Where”. He holds 3 degrees in geography and has served as geographer in 4 sectors of society, including government (NOAA, US Census Bureau, USGS), academia (Penn State, Sinte Gleska University, University of Denver, others), private industry (as Education Manager for Esri), and nonprofit organisations (with roles in the National Council for Geographic Education, others). Joseph authored over 75 chapters and articles on GIS, education, and related topics, and visits 30 universities annually. He conducts professional development for educators. He has created nearly 5,000 videos, 750 lessons, 1,000 blog essays, and authored 7 books, including Interpreting Our World, Essentials of the Environment, Spatial Mathematics, Tribal GIS, International Perspectives on Teaching and Learning, and the GIS Guide to Public Domain Data. But as a lifelong learner, he feels as though he’s just getting started and thus actively seeks mentors, partnerships, and collaborators.