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Keynote Presentations: 
Jeremy Crampton, University of Kentucky (Geography), ‘Through a Scanner Darkly: Adventures in Top Secret America

Diana Sinton, University of Redlands (LENS – LEarNing Spatially), ‘Some Thoughts on GIS in Higher Education Today

Session 1 – Mapping Human Activity – Qualitative Analysis GIS:
Meghan Cope, University of Vermont (Geography), ‘Mapping Teen Mobilities: New Ethnographies for Digital Lives

Jon Caris, Smith College (Spatial Analysis Lab) and Andy Anderson, Amherst College (Academic Technology Services), ‘Spatial Techniques for Digital Humanities

Katherine Faull, Bucknell University (German/Comparative Humanities); David DelTesta, Bucknell University (History), ‘Red River, Black River, the Susquehanna River too: Student-Faculty Collaborations in the Spatial Humanities at Bucknell

Session 2 – GIS in Pedagogy:
Jeremy Donald, Trinity University (Library & IT); Mike Winiski, Furman University (Center for Teaching & Learning), ‘The Learning Cycle – A Tool for Course and Assignment Design

Karen Mulcahy, East Carolina University (Geography), ‘Making the Impossible Possible: A GIS Course Serving Diverse Purposes & Students

Ben Marsh, Duane Griffin, Janine Glathar, Bucknell University (Geography), ‘Student Trajectories Towards GIS Competence

Session 2 – GIS in Higher Education Community Outreach & Service Learning:
Beverly Wemple, University of Vermont (Geography), ‘Piloting a GIS course as a Service Learning Offering at the University of Vermont

Jeff Brunskill, Bloomsburg University (Environmental, Geographical and Geological Sciences), ‘GIS-Based Street Tree Inventories: A Review of an Ongoing Bloomsburg University Community Service Project

Tom Mueller, California Univeristy of Pennsylvania (Earth Sciences), ‘Undergraduate Use of PAView for Community Outreach

About Janine Glathar

Janine Glathar joined the Digital Pedagogy & Scholarship team in 2009 to fill the newly-created role of GIS Specialist at Bucknell. She has worked in the field of geospatial technologies for more than 15 years as research specialist, technical analyst and software trainer. Prior to joining L&IT at Bucknell, Janine spent seven years doing applied GIS research in Philadelphia’s non-profit social services sector as the GIS Senior Analyst for Philadelphia Safe & Sound and the Greater Philadelphia Urban Affairs Coalition. Before transitioning to the social services research world, Janine worked for the GIS software company ESRI as a trainer and education/non-profit coordinator. She earned a B.A. in European History and Russian Language/Literature at the University of Pennsylvania. If you ask Janine where she’s from, she’ll tell you she’s a Navy brat and will probably offer to show you a map of all of the various places she’s lived over the years. Areas of expertise: ArcGIS, Digital Pedagogy, Digital Scholarship, GIS, Google Earth, Spatial Thinking
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