The Spatial Sciences Research & Learning Cluster is a community for people (undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, post docs, staff, etc.) at UC Davis and our immediate community with an interest in working with spatial data. Participation is open to everyone, at any skill level. The Spatial Sciences Research & Learning Cluster is a welcoming and supportive community. Our goal is to help people engage in new and creative ways with spatial data and to connect with other students and researchers who also work with spatial data.
This research and learning cluster focuses on engaging with spatial data through our workshop series called #maptimeDavis. These are instructor-lead formal workshops teaching a specific skills. These workshops typically (but not always) require participants to bring a laptop computer with software installed pertaining to the topic of the workshop. If a particular software is needed for a workshop, we'll let you know what you need before hand if you register.
How to participate:
Attend events. #maptimeDavis Workshops meet on Tuesdays 10:00-12:00 in via Zoom.
Help at a workshop. Making workshops run smoothly is a team effort. We often need folks to help answer questions, relay communications to the presenter, or help participants who get stuck.
Present aworkshop. You don't need to be an expert to teach well.
Please send questions to Michele Tobias - email@example.com
#maptimeDavis Workshop Schedule
Workshops and Studio meetings meet Tuesdays 10:00-12:00 via Zoom, unless otherwise noted. Zoom connection details are in the link for each event.
Registration is required to get the link for the event.
This is our schedule as of Sept. 23, 2021. Event descriptions and registration links should be available by Monday, Sept. 27th.
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In the summer of 2021, the Spatial Sciences Research & Learning Cluster recruited community members to help advise and produce our #maptimeDavis workshop series. We assembled a team with a variety of skills and interests including students, staff, and faculty. This year's #maptimeDavis Council members are:
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