Indigenous Mapping Network Initial Meeting in Berkeley
Wednesday, February 25, 2009 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PST)
Join a growing community of Indigenous Mapping Network members to discuss current issues and opportunities for map making as it relates to Indigenous, Native American, Aboriginal or First Nations peoples.
Mapping approaches can include thought-maps, performance, materials, as well as GIS, web, and mobile phone technologies.
If you are unable to attend
but would like to be notified of future meetings, please add your name at:
Sibyl Diver, UCB Dept of Environmental Sciences, Policy & Management, sdiver [at] nature [dot] berkeley [dot] edu
Jessica Santana, UCB School of Information, jsantana [at] ischool [dot] berkeley [dot] edu
Rosemarie McKeon, Indigenous Mapping Network rose [at] indigenousmapping [dot] net
Indigenous Mapping Network (IMN) is a multi-tribal grassroots talking circle that convenes mapping practitioners, indigenous community members, indigenous rights organizations, researchers, and technology professionals to discuss current issues in indigenous/tribal/Native American/Alaska Native/Maori/First Nations peoples mapping.
meetings are intended to create a platform for supporting indigenous
mapping collaborations and linking communities with emerging
Mapping approaches can include thought-maps, performance, materials, as well as GIS, web, and mobile phone technologies. Whatever is needed to tell our story.
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