GEOINT Anthology Released

Your Virtual Library of Open Access GEOINT Learning Resources.


Looking for validated open access GEOINT learning resources to build your knowledge and skills needed to address national security challenges? Not sure where to start? Explore USGIF’s GEOINT Anthology! The Anthology offers flexible lectures with instructor notes, lesson plans, reading materials, case studies, self-assessments, and other resources created by USGIF in partnership with subject matter experts from our community. Learn about the origins of GEOINT, Data Science, Data Visualization and much more and allow knowledge to inspire your creativity from the comfort of your home. New lessons released every two weeks!

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