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Workshops and Webinars

Upcoming Events

Hooking undergraduates into geophysics data and methods (GPS, Lidar, InSAR, SfM photogrammetry) through societally important issues

Date: Sunday December 11, 2016
Times: 8 am - 5 pm (lunch included)
Location: American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting
Stipend: $300 for full completion of the short course
Applications closed.
Sponsored by: UNAVCO, University of Houston, GETSI, AGU, and NAGT.

GETSI will be holding additional dissemination webinars and short courses as modules are published.

Past Events

Addressing Water Resources and Sustainability in Upper-level Undergraduate Courses

Note: This webinar has already taken place. You can go to the webinar page to view the presentation slides and for additional references and resources.
Date: Thursday October 6th, 2016
Joint webinar hosted by the InTeGrate Project

Using TLS and Structure from Motion (SfM) Photogrammetry in Undergraduate Field Education

Date: August 16-19, 2016
Location: Indiana University Geologic Field Station in Cardwell, MT

Field Education GPS Development Workshop: April 15-16, 2016

The GETSI-Field materials development workshop was held in Pocatello, ID April 15-16, 2016. This meeting was by invitation.

Geodesy Data Teaching Modules: GETSI Short Course

Date: Wednesday March 30, 2016
Location: UNAVCO Science Workshop, Broomfield, CO

Using Data to Teach About Societally Important Questions

Note: This webinar has already taken place. You can go to the webinar page to view the presentation slides and for additional references and resources.
Date: Wednesday March 23rd, 2016
Joint webinar hosted by the InTeGrate Project

Year 2 Materials Development Workshop

The second GETSI materials development workshop for module authors was held in Boulder, CO April 17-19, 2015. This meeting was by invitation.

Year 1 Materials Development Workshop

GETSI held its first materials development workshop for module authors February 21-23, 2014 in Boulder, CO. This meeting was by invitation.

Webinar: Applying Geodesy Data to Societally Important Questions in Undergraduate Courses

Note: This webinar has already taken place. You can go to the webinar page to view the presentation slides and for additional references and resources.
Dates: January 10th & 31st, 2014