University of Minnesota presents the power of web-based geodesign as a way to increase the collaboration process in rural settings. Using simple, off the shelf technologies, groups of participants can share ideas in an iterative process leading to collaborative, constructive, evaluation of landscape designs. Topics include biofuels, carbon sequestration, agriculture, rural development, and natural resource protection. The following two videos demonstrate this process.   PROJECT MEMBERS   David Pitt, Dept. of LA  Leh Kne, USpatial Program at UMN  Nicholas Jordan, Dept. of Agronomy and Plant Genetics  David Mulla, Dept. of Soil, Water, and Climate  Carissa Schively Slotterback, Humphrey School of Public Affairs  Bryan Runck, Dept. of Geography  Cindy Zerger, Humphrey School of Public Affairs  Michael Reichenbach, Univ. of Mn. Extension 
       
     
       
     
       
     
 University of Minnesota presents the power of web-based geodesign as a way to increase the collaboration process in rural settings. Using simple, off the shelf technologies, groups of participants can share ideas in an iterative process leading to collaborative, constructive, evaluation of landscape designs. Topics include biofuels, carbon sequestration, agriculture, rural development, and natural resource protection. The following two videos demonstrate this process.   PROJECT MEMBERS   David Pitt, Dept. of LA  Leh Kne, USpatial Program at UMN  Nicholas Jordan, Dept. of Agronomy and Plant Genetics  David Mulla, Dept. of Soil, Water, and Climate  Carissa Schively Slotterback, Humphrey School of Public Affairs  Bryan Runck, Dept. of Geography  Cindy Zerger, Humphrey School of Public Affairs  Michael Reichenbach, Univ. of Mn. Extension 
       
     

University of Minnesota presents the power of web-based geodesign as a way to increase the collaboration process in rural settings. Using simple, off the shelf technologies, groups of participants can share ideas in an iterative process leading to collaborative, constructive, evaluation of landscape designs. Topics include biofuels, carbon sequestration, agriculture, rural development, and natural resource protection. The following two videos demonstrate this process.

PROJECT MEMBERS

David Pitt, Dept. of LA

Leh Kne, USpatial Program at UMN

Nicholas Jordan, Dept. of Agronomy and Plant Genetics

David Mulla, Dept. of Soil, Water, and Climate

Carissa Schively Slotterback, Humphrey School of Public Affairs

Bryan Runck, Dept. of Geography

Cindy Zerger, Humphrey School of Public Affairs

Michael Reichenbach, Univ. of Mn. Extension 

       
     
Collaborative Mobile Geodesign

quick overview & presentation

       
     
On the Road with Collaborative Geodesign

full length tutorial & presentation