Posts tagged as Geo-Information Society of South Africa

Gallery: GISSA Gauteng meeting, 15 July 2016

  GISSA Gauteng’s second quarter meeting which took place at Eskom’s Academy of Learning in Midrand on 15 July 2016 focused on institutional learning, the importance of STEM learning as framework of thinking, as well as showcased three project implementations. Read the full article here.

Institutional learning in the age of change

  Citing Future Shock author Alvin Toffler, who said “The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn”, Elmi Bester from ThinkingKnowlegde spoke about the importance of institutional learning to Geo-Information Society of South Africa’s (GISSA) Gauteng branch members. GISSA Gauteng’s […]

GISSA: Job reservation takes centre stage at AGM

  In anticipation of the Geomatics Council’s inaugural meeting, the Geo-Information Society of South Africa’s (GISSA) most recent annual general meeting, which took place on 8 April 2016 in Pretoria, centred on the society’s status and transition under the new act. The Geomatics Council has its origins in the Geomatics Professions Act 19 of 2013 […]

GISSA Gauteng meeting focuses on GIS data and best practices

  The Geo-Information Society of South Africa (GISSA) Gauteng held a general meeting on 18 July 2014 at the Ekurhuleni Council Chambers, which was attended by 130 people. Seven speakers gave presentations on various aspects of GIS, ranging from open source platforms and best practices, to professionalising GIS practices and the “selling” of GIS to […]