Using Google Geo Tools in Conservation
co-hosted by the Endangered Wildlife Trust and the MAPA Project

What? Using Google Geo Tools in Conservation
When? 14-16 and 17-19 November 2011
Who should attend: Conservation Practitioners of all levels of qualifications who would like to visualise and/or share their work using Google Earth, Google Maps and other Google Geo tools.

What will we cover? This workshop will introduce you to using Google Earth, Google Maps and Fusion Tables for supporting decision making, increasing public awareness, and creating maps for your conservation project or organisation. We will also introduce you to the MAPA Project, and how you can use this map for your own benefit. 
We will run two back-to-back two-day workshops in which we will explain and explore the variety of techniques available in Google Earth, Maps, Fusion Tables & ODK through demonstrations, hands-on exercises and discussion. Each workshop will include a project work day  in which participants will be able to brainstorm and develop their own projects. 

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