This page carries a range of resources for teaching digital geographies.
The resources were generously shared after an appeal by the DGWG Committee in November 2017. If you use them, please attribute appropriately; and if you’d like to share a resource from your own teaching, please get in touch here.
Gender and Information Technology
Course Contributed by Anna Lauren Hoffmann, University of Washington
Geography 8400: Critical Issues in Human Geography – The Social Power Of Algorithms
Course syllabus contributed by Nancy Ettlinger, Ohio State University
7AAVMAPS Maps, Apps and the GeoWeb: Introduction to Spatial Humanities.
Elective module for postgraduate Masters students contributed by Stuart Dunn from the Department of Digital Humanities at KCL
Handbook to a syllabus taught using digital tools, contributed by Stephen Davis, University of Kentucky. Steve has also pointed us to some examples of student work on Precolonial/Colonial neighbourhoods in Cape Town here and here, and on Post-Apartheid Housing here. Images: 3D landscape of Cape Town rendered from satellite topography surveys in Minecraft, and a 3D screen cap of Cape Town in Google Earth, Stephen Davies.
NMDS6972: Urban Intelligence
Course syllabus contributed by Shannon Mattern, New School New York. The course website is here: Urban Intelligence. Shannon Mattern’s website also hosts an archived course on urban media archeology:
Archived Course: Urban Media Archaeology contributed by Shannon Mattern, New School New York.
Centre for Spatially Integrated Social Science
Spatial resources for the social sciences
Sources waiting on additional information
GEOG 105: The Digital Earth and GEOG 412: Geospatial Technologies and Society
Course syllabi contributed by Julie Cidell, University of Illinois