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Disruptive Diner GIS Erin Barbaro

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Erin is the Assistant Director of CARES (the Center for Applied Research and Environmental Systems) at the University of Missouri, and Product Manager at IP3 (Institute for People, Place and …

Erin is the Assistant Director of CARES (the Center for Applied Research and Environmental Systems) at the University of Missouri, and Product Manager at IP3 (Institute for People, Place and Possibility) where they help communities, coalitions, government agencies, foundations, and other NGOs collaborate using maps and geographic information. She also manages Community Commons, an online site for collaboration around healthy and sustainable communities. She'll share some surprising thoughts on how GIS and maps can bring possible adversaries together to collaborate.

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    • 1. DisruptiveDiner: The Gist of GIS Erin Barbaro Assistant Director Center for Applied Research and Environmental Systems
    • 2. Maps and GIS for Collaboration Erin Barbaro Assistant Director Center for Applied Research and Environmental Systems Institute for People, Place and Possibility
    • 3. Why maps? Maps…. – organize complex information – put information in context – invite inspection, analysis and critical thinking – appeal to visual learners Map here
    • 4. Source:Source: The New York Times, 02/2013
    • 5. Atlanta Kansas City
    • 6. Allow collaborations to ask “What If”? Can cause people to “lean in” Can back up intuition A path forward to problem solving Maps: A neutral space for conversation and collaboration
    • 7. Established at the University of Missouri in 1992 Mission: Make public data publicly accessible The Center for Applied Research and Environmental Systems (CARES)
    • 8. • Comprehensive data “engine” • Interactive mapping tools • Custom cartography • Custom data analysis How do we make public data publicly accessible?
    • 9. • Local data integration tools • Collaboration tools • Content management systems How Else?
    • 10. We believe that maps and GIS are an ideal tool for collaboration and engagement
    • 11. Maps, GIS and data provide a great foundation But is it enough?
    • 12. Connecting the Dots with Community Commons GIS Data Engine Community Commons Mapping Social Media Blogs Prosumer Content Group Spaces Reports Policy Center Feature Stories
    • 13. www.communitycommons.org
    • 14. Community Commons www.communitycommons.org Creating space for real change