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Learning to Map in an ”App” World: discover the power of mapping with your phone

The creation and use of digital maps used to require an investment of thousands of dollars and require a significant investment of time. With the evolution of mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, many people have enough computing power in their pockets to view detailed maps on the go, and even to collect geographic data. The power of internet-connected, location-aware mobile devices has already influenced our daily lives, and will only continue toincrease in importance for both work-related and personal use of mapping technology. This webinar will focus on the wide range of mobile Apps dedicated to mapping and data collection, covering both possibilities and limitations of this mapping approach.


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