This site contains information on the research and teaching activities by Dr R E Sieber and her team at McGill University.

Geothink representing at #GISed2105

Our students, Jin and Matt presented at #GISEd15, 2015 GIS in Education and Research Conference, Toronto, ON. November 30.

Jin Xing, Jin presented on "A Land Use/Land Cover Change Geospatial CyberInfrastructure to Integrate Big Data and Temporal Topology." Matt Tenney presented "Tweeting Hate in Montreal: An analysis of the spatial distribution of e-bile."


Our newest article, on big data, cyberinfrastructures, temporal topologies and LUCC


Xing, J. and R.E. Sieber. 2015. A land use/land cover change geospatial cyberinfrastructure to integrate big data and temporal topology. International Journal of Geographic Information Science. DOI: 10.1080/13658816.2015.1104534

Digital Civic Participation and its Connection to I-Schools


Gave a talk as part of the McGill School of Information Studies Seminar Series, on Civic Participation in an Era of Geospatial Web & Open Data.


Our ACME paper is finally published

After all the years of waiting

Our epistemology paper is finally out


Sieber, R. E., and Haklay, M. 2015. The epistemology(s) of volunteered geographic information: a critique. Geo: Geography and Environment, doi: 10.1002/geo2.10.

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