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The GIS&T Body of Knowledge, first published in 2006, is intended as a reference and curricula guide for the vast and ever-expanding field of geographic information science and technology. It is organized in to knowledge areas, each with constituent units and lists of topics. Please refer to the [http://www.aag.org/galleries/publications-files/GIST_Body_of_Knowledge.pdf BoK] for more details on its background, purpose and content.
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Currently efforts to revise the BoK are underway and follow a two-part strategy: 1. revise and update existing content, 2. add new content...
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The GIS&T Body of Knowledge, first published in 2006, is intended as a reference and curricula guide for the vast and ever-expanding field of geographic information science and technology. It is organized in to knowledge areas, each with constituent units and lists of topics. Please refer to the [http://www.aag.org/galleries/publications-files/GIST_Body_of_Knowledge.pdf BoK] for more details on its background, purpose and content. <BR>
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Currently efforts to revise the BoK are underway and follow a two-part strategy: 1. evaluating the importance and relevance of the existing material, 2. suggesting new and/or refined content
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Two surveys have been developed for this purpose and are described and available [http://ucgis.org/project-group/gist-body-knowledge-2015-project here] on the UCGIS website. <BR>

Revision as of 18:22, 28 May 2014

The GIS&T Body of Knowledge, first published in 2006, is intended as a reference and curricula guide for the vast and ever-expanding field of geographic information science and technology. It is organized in to knowledge areas, each with constituent units and lists of topics. Please refer to the BoK for more details on its background, purpose and content.
Currently efforts to revise the BoK are underway and follow a two-part strategy: 1. evaluating the importance and relevance of the existing material, 2. suggesting new and/or refined content Two surveys have been developed for this purpose and are described and available here on the UCGIS website.