This Day in GIS: July 13

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Listed here are significant events in GIS and other geospatial technologies that happened on July 13.  To suggest an event, please fill out the ‘This Day in Geography’ form.

2013

The first GIS Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) is held by Dr. Anthony Robinson of Penn State. The five-week course offering, entitled “Maps and the Geospatial Revolution” attracted over 29,000 students. More: First GIS MOOC

Related: Penn State’s Maps and the Geospatial Revolution Now a Self-paced Course

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