San Diego State University
Geographic Information Science and Spatial Reasoning, Fall 2017
This is an introductory course on GIScience with a substantial computational aspect. While there was no formal lab session for this course, I assigned five practical exercises with freely available GIS tools to enable hands-on experience with the problem-solving aspects of GIS.
Map Projections Teaching Tool: Tissot’s Indicatrix
I designed this tool to help teach map projections using Tissot’s Indicatrices. My goal was to give students the ability to interact with online maps that would show how the preservation of shape, area, distance, and/or direction vary according to map projection. Students also learned to differentiate between cylindrical, conical, and azimuthal projections.
Practical Exercises for Geographic Information Science and Spatial Reasoning
I have also led lab sessions for the following courses:
Geographic Information Systems for Business Decision Making…..2014, 2017
Computerized Map Design…..2012, 2013, 2016
Advanced GIS (emphasis on Python)…..2014
Introduction to Geographic Information Systems…..2013