Welcome to the GeoDia User Forum

This blog is set up to serve as a way to collect feedback from users of GeoDia, a spatial timeline of the ancient Mediterranean developed by Adam Rabinowitz (University of Texas at Austin, department of Classics), Peter Keane and Stuart Ross (UT Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services), and Nick Rabinowitz, using Nick's timemap.js library and the LAITS DASe architecture, with support from two LAITS project grants. It will also serve as a place where GeoDia managers can alert users to additions, changes, and new developments. The GeoDia code itself can be found at http://code.google.com/p/geodia/.

Saturday, March 5, 2011

GeoDia now officially hosted and open for business!

As of the end of January 2011, GeoDia is now hosted by the University of Texas Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Service at geodia.laits.utexas.edu. The current interface is stable, and will remain the fully-functional public version for the foreseeable future. We will keep adding data, however. Right now, students in Adam's Introduction to Greek Archaeology class are generating information about another 12 Greek sites as part of a group project. The results of their work should be posted to GeoDia during the week of March 14th, so keep checking back!

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