Christopher Seeger, Bailey Hanson, Amy Logan, Austin Dunn, Thomas Petitti & Ahmad Alhammadi
“Geospatial Technology Task Sheets: A simple approach to increasing geospatial technical capacity,” a project by the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Geospatial Technology team of Christopher J. Seeger, Bailey Hanson, Amy Logan, Austin Dunn, Thomas Petitti and Ahmad Alhammadi, was the National Association of Community Development Professionals (NACDEP) 2020 North Central Region Runner Up in the Educational Material team category. The team created the Geospatial Technology Tasksheet series to provide ongoing support to citizens striving to improve their geospatial technical capacity. Designed to provide quick, easy instructions for performing specific tasks using a variety of geospatial tools, the 160 free-to-download, double-sided tasksheets were downloaded more than 8,000 times in 2019.
Seeger is a professor of landscape architecture and extension landscape architect. Hanson is an extension systems analyst. Logan is a GIS analyst with the ISU GIS Support and Research Facility and Institute for Design Research and Outreach. Dunn was a graduate student and lecturer in landscape architecture during the project period. Pettiti is a senior in geology and an undergraduate research assistant on the project. Alhammadi received a BS in community and regional planning from Iowa State in 2018 and was an undergraduate research assistant on the project.
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