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- 1 European YoutHumanitarian OpenStreetMap - euYoutH OSM
- 2 What are the aims of euYoutH_OSM?
- 3 Results and products of the euYoutH_OSM project
- 4 Possible Logos
- 5 Problems and solutions
- 6 Communication and visibility
European YoutHumanitarian OpenStreetMap - euYoutH OSM
What are the aims of euYoutH_OSM?
Five schools from five European countries (Ireland, Portugal, Spain, Romania and Germany) have set themselves the task of introducing as many pupils as possible to OpenStreetMap at their schools and to get them interested in mapping. The students will be introduced carefully and concentrated to differentiated mapping. We will use existing material as far as possible (such as LearnOSM) and, if necessary, create additional training material. (maybe screenscast)
It is not our goal to produce "nodes en masse", but to train responsible mappers who can also help with humanitarian mapping. Not quantity, but quality matters.
Results and products of the euYoutH_OSM project
Our schools in OSM
Problems and solutions
Restructuring - UK -
Communication and visibility
The project in the media
Image(s) of the Week
Teachers from Ireland, Portugal, Spain, Romania and Germany met in Saarburg, Germany for week-long training session in humanitarian mapping and a first hackathon, to kick off a two year Erasmus+ project