GooseWatch is one-part teaching tool and one part springtime diversion.
It is a collaboration between
Mapping, Analysis, and Design and the Student Success Office
On the educational front, it is an application which demonstrates the following tasks often encountered in teaching geospatial/geoweb courses:
How to build a webmap using Mapbox-GL
How to render vector tiles
How to build a routable network from OpenStreetMap data
How to build an interface for crowdsourcing
How to manage administration and approvals of geospatial data
On the technical level, it is an application which:
crowd-sources goose nesting locations during mating season
provides routes between locations on campus that avoid goose nests
customizes routes based on a user's comfort level around nesting geese
gives goose nest etiquette tips to keep everyone living in harmony
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