GIS for Geoscientists: This course was deigned by me, in consultation with McGill’s SEG Chapter officers. The goal of this course is to offer an accelerated yet beginner-friendly introduction to geographic information systems (GIS) that is both holistic and accessible to geoscientists. The course is offered in four parts, with each lecture building out fundamental GIS skills using QGIS 3.10 and associated Plugins. If you are interested in having this course run at your institution, please reach out to me! I am happy to customize course content to suit different learning objectives.
See below for course learning outcomes:
I compiled all the course data, wrote the lectures, organized the logistics, and designed the activities. A detailed course guide is in preparation. All materials are available for distribution under and MIT License: https://github.com/ndb38/gis-for-geoscientists
- McGill University (Montreal, Canada) Society for Economic Geology (SEG) Student Chapter. June 15th, June 17th, July 6th, July 8th.
- University College London (London, UK) Department of Earth Sciences. August 10th, 12th, 17th, 19th
- University of Cambridge (Cambridge, UK) Department of Earth Sciences. November 2020. Delivered as lecture module in “Skill Series” module for 3rd year Earth Science undergraduates.
UPCOMING: This course will be offered as a workshop under the auspices of the Volcano Magmatic Studies Group (VMSG), an interest group organized under the Geological Society of London. Anticipated workshop dates: November 2021.
Additional course materials will be linked here when they become available.