Teaching + Talks

Teaching:

University of Stirling (UK) – 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016,2017

  • Teaching on ENMPG11 (MSc in Geomatics) – GIS labs/lectures/writing material/marking
  • Coordinating ENV8GI– GIS labs/lectures/writing material/marking
  • Coordinating GEOU9IS– GIS core component 3rd year module (lectures, labs, marking)
  • Teaching on SCI5T5 (Field Skills) – GIS lects/labs, lectures on quantitative/qualitative analysis
  • Teaching on SCI3FC – field trip – mapping and survey techniques
  • Coordinating ENVU9PR – undergraduate projects
  • Coordinating BIOU9PR – undergraduate projects
  • Coordinating BIOU9RP– undergraduate projects
  • Coordinating GEOU9PR – undergraduate projects
  • Marking on GEOU7EE – Geography Review Essay
  • Undertaking a PgCERT in Academic Practice (CAPP11, CAPP12)

University of Edinburgh (UK) – 2012
Principles of GIS lecture on “Map projections and Cartography”

Lincoln University (NZ) – 2011
“Environmental Analysis with Geographic Information Systems”

  • Updated and delivered 10 week course at undergrad and postgrad levels (4 lectures per week)
  • Assignment marking; exam setting, marking & invigilation; used online student discussion forums
  • Lab tutoring

 

University of Canterbury (NZ) – 2007, 2008
“Customisation of GIS and Python Programming”

  • Devised and delivered a 10 week course for undergraduates

 

University of Canterbury (NZ) 2004, 2005
     “Introduction to GIS”

  • Lab tutoring
  • Wrote and gave Lecture on “Data Models and Data Formats”
  • Wrote Lab for “Data Models and Data Formats”

 

Invited Talks:

  • Phil Bartie – Virtual City Guides : how spatial models can help interfaces disappear,  Centre for Environment, Heritage and Policy, Stirling, 7 Feb 2017
  • Phil Bartie – Data,Data,Data  (what would life be like without EDINA?) – Geoforum, University of Edinburgh, Sept 2016
  • William Mackaness, Phil Bartie – Challenges in Developing Personal Exploration Devices for the Urban Pedestrian, Invited seminar, Dept of Geography, The University of Zurich, 5 May 2015.
  • Using PL/Python functions in PostgreSQL – QGIS / FOSS4G Scotland Day (2015) – Edinburgh [slides online]
  • Challenges in Developing Personal Navigational Devices for Urban Environments(2015) [with William Mackaness] – Research Seminar – University of Leicester
  • Spacebook: Talking Maps (2015) – Research Seminar – CompSci & Maths (Uni of Stirling)
  • Cognitive Modelling Challenges for LBS (2014) – Research Seminar – Psychology (Uni of Stirling)
  • Mackaness W.A. Bartie, P. Dalmas, T., Janarthanam, S., Lemon, O.,Liu X., Webber B. (2014) Walk the Talk and Talk the Walk: Mobile Dialogue Based Systems for Ambling Urban Explorers. Dept of Geography, St Andrews University, 24 April 2014
  • The Spacebook Project (2014) – Research Seminar – Psychology (Uni of Stirling)
  • Analysis and Visualising Big Spatial Data (2014)- MSc lecture  – CompSci & Maths (Uni of Stirling)
  • Spacebook: Talking Maps (2013) – Research Seminar – BES (Uni of Stirling)
  • Mackaness W.A. Bartie, P. Dalmas, T., Janarthanam, S., Lemon, O., Liu X., Webber B., 2013 SpaceBook – A non visual way of exploring geographic space : State of the Map Scotland 2013 11-13 October 2013. (Annual Open Street Map Conference) http://youtu.be/iq-ssxSNUcw
  • Keynote Presentation at GeoScience Conference Edinburgh (2013) – “Talking Virtual City Guides”
  • British Science Festival (2012) – “Talking maps: Guiding City Tourists”
  • Edinburgh Earth Observatory (2011) – “GIS & Christchurch Earthquakes 2010/11”
  • Plenary panel for NZ Geog Soc (2010) – “Digital geographic futures”
  • UofC PostGrad Month (2010 )– “Collaboration and Co-publication”
  • HITLab(NZ) Visualisation Summer Course (2009) – “Geovisualisation”