Pace Magazine

Community Mapping for COVID

Posted
June 3, 2021
virtual map of the world

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Professor Claudia Green, director of Pace’s Hospitality and Tourism Management program, was faced with a challenge as she prepared to teach her civic engagement and public values course remotely: How would the class build a community project when the students were located around the world? The solution: Use Google Earth and open-source mapping tools to create a database of COVID-19 friendly tourism activities worldwide.

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