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Penn State is now offering Open Education Resources for a number of their departments including Geography that hosts coursework for a number of GIS and remote sensing related classes offered at the university. The bonus is, you are allowed to use and re-use materials you find on this website.
From the website:
GIS & Remote Sensing coursework currently up on their website:
Take a look: http://open.ems.psu.edu/courseware
Posted by idfg-pbond at 04/10/2012 in
Did you know there is a plethera of FREE, that's right I said FREE, ArcGIS tools and toolboxes available for wildlife habitat and corridor modeling? Conveniently, many of these tools are listed on the CorridorDesign website:
Posted by idfg-pbond at 04/02/2012 in
Air conditioners in Idaho Fish and Game's Server Room failed late Sunday resulting in shutdown of the Fish and Game servers and network at 6:40AM on Monday October 3.
The network and all servers are now back online. If you experience any issues with our applications please let us know.
We apologize for the outage and any inconvenience this may have caused.
Funding is short. If you've come to rely on our services and would like to contribute towards a redundant system/cloud hosting to avoid outages like this in the future we're all ears.
Posted by idfg-bthomas at 10/03/2011 in
Submitted by idfg-pbond on September 23, 2011 - 10:27am
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