Contribute as a Subject Matter Expert in GEOINT Course

NSF funded or volunteer opportunity to contribute as an industry/government Subject Matter Expert (SME) in GEOINT course development

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NSF funded or volunteer opportunity to contribute as an industry/government Subject Matter Expert (SME) in GEOINT course development

 

This position has been filled.
 

USGIF has partnered with the GeoTech Center under a National Science Foundation award to develop three Open Access courses in Introduction to Geospatial Intelligence, Essentials of Data Visualization and Foundational Data Science. The course modules have been developed and we are now seeking industry and government SMEs to review, edit, and add new, up to date content. This is a paid opportunity but can also represent a volunteer effort (certificate of volunteer hours will be offered by USGIF).

The work must be completed by no later than February 1st, 2021.

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