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Maps can change the world, John Calkins, Joris Bak

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Deze presentatie is gehouden tijdens de GIS Conferentie 2012 op 26 en 27 september in de Doelen, Rotterdam. …

Deze presentatie is gehouden tijdens de GIS Conferentie 2012 op 26 en 27 september in de Doelen, Rotterdam.
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  • 1. The Power of the Map John Calkins
  • 2. Maps onlyhave powerwhen in thehands ofpeople
  • 3. Maps onlyhave powerwhen theytell a story
  • 4. Same-Sex Marriage Equality in the United States
  • 5. [some visual for these three concepts] • A Map • A Story • Technology
  • 6. What is a Map?
  • 7. Location Navigation Spatial Relationships
  • 8. A story is a fundamental A story goes somewhere. A story has impact,way that humans It follows with a purpose, resonates, andorganize, communicate, one or more characters, transforms anand store information. through a series of events. audience. By the end, it arrives at a target destination, fulfilling the reason for having been told.
  • 9. The Hero’sJourneyAdapted from Resonateby Nancy DuarteOriginal Workby Joseph Campbell
  • 10. The Hero’sJourneyAdapted from Resonateby Nancy DuarteOriginal Workby Joseph Campbell
  • 11. The Hero’sJourneyAdapted from Resonateby Nancy DuarteOriginal Workby Joseph Campbell
  • 12. The Hero’sJourneyAdapted from Resonateby Nancy DuarteOriginal Workby Joseph Campbell
  • 13. The Hero’sJourneyAdapted from Resonateby Nancy DuarteOriginal Workby Joseph Campbell
  • 14. Building and Contributing Your Maps and Stories GIS Scientists/ Everyone Executives Professionals Analysts
  • 15. GIS Professionals
  • 16. 1 3 2 4
  • 17. Scientists / Analysts: Maritime Piracy
  • 18. Scientists / Analysts: Maritime Piracy
  • 19. Scientists / Analysts: Maritime Piracy
  • 20. Scientists / Analysts: Maritime Piracy
  • 21. Everyone (Office)
  • 22. Executives
  • 23. What is Your Story?
  • 24. Rijkswaterstaat
  • 25. VPRO
  • 26. WaterschapScheldestromen
  • 27. Kadaster
  • 28. Achmea
  • 29. Ministerie vanEconomische Zaken,Landbouw en Innovatie
  • 30. A map is simply the beginningof a story to be told andcontributed to the world. - A map is a story that opens the world of GIS professionals - A map is a story that opens the world to understanding - A map is a story that opens the world to new discussions - A map is a story that precedes action
  • 31. Extra Slides
  • 32. The Hero’sJourneyAdapted from Resonateby Nancy DuarteOriginal Workby Joseph Campbell
  • 33. The Hero’sJourneyAdapted from Resonateby Nancy DuarteOriginal Workby Joseph Campbell
  • 34. The Hero’sJourneyAdapted from Resonateby Nancy DuarteOriginal Workby Joseph Campbell
  • 35. The Hero’sJourneyAdapted from Resonateby Nancy DuarteOriginal Workby Joseph Campbell
  • 36. The Hero’s Journey*Note: the gray sections to this slideare above the graphic. Just duplicatethis slide and remove one of the graywedges for the section you wish todiscuss Adapted from Resonate by Nancy Duarte Original Work by Joseph Campbell
  • 37. The Hero’sJourneyAdapted from Resonateby Nancy DuarteOriginal Workby Joseph Campbell
  • 38. Maps have power when in the hands of people…Maps onlyhave powerwhen in thehands ofpeople