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GIS and Spatial Modeling for the Undergraduate Social Science Curriculum

July 10-15, 2005: Columbus, OH

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Sunday,July 10:
8:00

Breakfast and Welcome (2MB) (Derby Hall 1080), Don Janelle and Mei-Po Kwan

9:00

Group Activity: Goal Setting for the Workshop and the Participant Project

10:00

Break

10:15

Pedagogy issues: Planning your Students’ Learning, Kathryn Plank

11:45

Lunch

1:00

Guest Lecture: Spatial Thinking and Modeling of Network-Based Problems (1.3MB), Shih-Lung Shaw

2:30

Lab session: Introduction to ArcGIS (540kb), Advanced Applications in ArcGIS (310kb)

5:00

Break

5:30

Reception and Dinner (Buckeye Cafe)

   
Monday, July 11:
8:30

Breakfast (Derby Hall 1080)

9:00

Lecture: Introduction to Space-Time Analysis, Mei-Po Kwan

11:45

Lunch

1:00

Lecture: Spatial Analysis Using Census Data, Ningchuan Xiao

3:45

Break

4:00

Group Discussion on Pedagogy Issues
Lecture: Bringing a Spatial Perspective to the Study of Inequality in Sociology (6.8MB), Linda Lobao
Lecture: GIS: from Research to the Classroom (3.6MB), Philip Brown

5:00

Dinner on your own

   
Tuesday, July 12:
8:30

Breakfast (Derby Hall 1080)

9:00

Lecture: Spatial Optimization Modeling (204kb), Alan Murray

11:45

Lunch

1:00

Lecture: Spatial Interaction Modeling: Space-Price Equilibrium (184kb), Morton O’Kelly

3:45

Break

4:00

Group Discussion on Pedagogy Issues

5:00

Dinner on your own

   
Wednesday, July 13:
8:30

Breakfast (Derby Hall 1080)

9:00

Lecture: Introductory Example to Geographical Reasoning (4.7MB), Michael Tiefelsdorf
Lecture: Spatial Pattern Analysis (625kb), Michael Tiefelsdorf

11:45

Lunch

1:00

Guest Lecture: Spatial Perspectives on Health and Social Issues (2.5MB), Sara McLafferty

2:30

Break

2:45

Pedagogy issues: Planning and Assessing Student Learning (1.2MB), Kathryn Plank

5:00

Break

5:30

Buffet Dinner hosted by Department of Geography, the Ohio State University

   
Thursday, July 14:
8:30

Breakfast (Derby Hall 1080)

9:00

Pedagogy Discussion and Group Project

10:30

Concurrent Lab Sessions on all topics

  • Space-Time Analysis (Kwan)
  • Spatial Analysis Using Census Data (Xiao)
  • Spatial Optimization Modelling (Murray)
  • Spatial Interaction Modeling (O’Kelly)
  • Spatial Pattern Analysis (Tiefelsdorf)
11:45

Lunch

1:00

Concurrent Lab Sessions continues

2:30

Break

2:45

Group Project (Instructors hold office hour)

5:00

Dinner on your own

   
Friday, July 15:
8:30

Breakfast (Derby Hall 1080)

9:00

Group Presentation and Peer Feedback

11:45

Lunch

1:00

Group Presentation and Peer Feedback

3:30

Evaluation and Closing

5:00

Dinner on your own

   
Saturday, July 16:
 

Participants depart Columbus

 

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