GIS and educational and instructional challenges

@article{OKelly2000GISAE,
  title={GIS and educational and instructional challenges},
  author={Morton E. O'Kelly},
  journal={Journal of Geographical Systems},
  year={2000},
  volume={2},
  pages={23-29}
}
Abstract. This paper discusses the educational and instructional challenges posed by the rapid development and acceptance of GIS as a tool for applied spatial analysis. Many commentators have noted the mismatch between the sophisticated capabilities of Spatial Analysis/GIS and the techniques that are actually employed in practice. It must be recognized that there is a challenge to educators to overcome this gap. This mismatch is especially apparent in the case of social science applications… CONTINUE READING

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