Video & Media
Video of 2011 May Symposium's Geospatial Presentations
Video Recordings of Presentations from the Google Earth & Geospatial Projects on the Shenandoah Valley event held January 18, 2011
Welcome - D.Lee Beard, Center for Instructional Technology
Mapping Historical Resources, Harrisonburg, VA - Kevin Borg, History Department
Interactive Geologic Maps of Virginia and the Shenandoah Valley Region - Steve Whitmeyer, Geology & Environmental Science
Creating 3-D Content in Google Earth Using Sketchup - Steve Anderson, School of Media Arts and Design
Digitally-enhanced Comparative Exploration of Environmental and Geologic Features in Virginia & Ireland - Eric Pyle, Geology & Environmental Science & Mike Renfroe, Biology Department
The Geography of Virginia Through Time - James Wilson, Integrated Science and Technology
The Travels of James Madison - Bill Ingham, Physics & Astronomy Department (Emeritus)
Closing Comments on the Future of Geospatial Technologies & Support at James Madison University - D.Lee Beard & James Wilson
Geospatial Content Created by JMU Faculty
Visit JMU: A 3D campus view of James Madison University (JMU faculty involved in the creation of 3D JMU buildings: Steven Anderson & D.Lee Beard, but many students made significant contributions to this project).
KMZ file download: Digitally-enhanced Comparative Exploration of Environmental and Geologic Features in Virginia & Ireland (JMU Faculty involved: Eric Pyle and Michael Renfroe).
CIT Workshop Opportunities
KML Handbook (a great resource for advanced users)
Google Earth Map Development Tools (shared by Steve Whitmeyer of the Geology and Environmental Sciences Department at JMU):
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