SPLINT in Japan

I have recently got back from Ritsumeikan University where I and my collegaue Alex Singleton were invited by Professor Keiji Yano to give a week long introduction to GIS course. As part of this teaching activity the students were set a group project to examine the geographic distribution and origins of five Japanese names. These presentations can be found on the ucl spatial-literacy website by clicking here.

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