Wednesday, February 16

8:30am - 9:00am 
Registration & Breakfast (provided by Google)

Morning (starting at 9:00am)
Workshop Introduction
Introduction to Mobile Data Collection using Android/ODK 

Lunch (provided by Google)

Introduction to Google Earth, Google Maps, and Google Fusion Tables
Becoming a Google Earth Outreach Trainer
Closing Session

6:00pm - 7:30pm
Dinner  (provided by Google)

Thursday, February 17

8:30am - 9:00am
Breakfast (provided by Google)

Morning (starting at 9:00am)
Choose 1 out of 2 parallel tracks:

Track #1 - Storytelling & Visualization Track
For participants who specialize in building content for environmental issues, and who may use GIS data and/or GIS tools to create their own data. Hands-on exercises may include:
    * Review of Creating content in Google Earth, including adding points, lines, polygons
    * Review of Adding photos, slideshows, and videos in pop-up balloons
    * Creating narrated tour
    * Importing GPS data into Google Earth
    * Importing GIS data into Google Earth
    * Collaborating on your map using Google MyMaps
    * Embedding on blog or Sites page: we will put your Earth or Maps map on a website, so you can share it with the world.
    * Managing your mapping data with Google Fusion Tables

Track #2 - Programming Track
For participants who specialize in programming and developing customized website applications. Hands-on exercises may include:
    * Advanced KML
    * JavaScript Programming
    * Google Maps API
    * Google Earth API
    * Google Fusion Tables API
    * Answering technical questions

Lunch (provided by Google)

Breakout Sessions: Join a group for more concentrated time on a specific topics, suited to your specific questions. Topics will likely include:
          o Google Earth & Google Maps basics 
          o Google Fusion Tables 
          o Open Data Kit & Android & XForms 
          o GPS & GIS 
          o Advanced Topics 

Wrap-up & Conclusion

Workshop ends

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