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The ASU Mars Education program is now offering a series of online webinar training sessions for Mars Student Imaging Project (MSIP) team educators to learn about JMARS and how it can be used in MSIP activities. The Mars Education Program is providing these one hour training sessions for teachers on the use of JMARS from basic introductions, the usefulness of layers and how to maneuver in JMARS to more advanced concepts such as creating CSV files and shapes. All participants will receive one Professional Development hour credit for participating in the training session. New training sessions will be offered as needed. JMARS trainings are for registered MSIP participants. If you would like to learn more about MSIP participation please fill out our online interest form to get started.
In order to participate in JMARS advanced training, you must first complete the JMARS orientation training.
Please complete the reservation form below and choose the dates and times that works best for you.
Which training(s) would you like to participate in? Please indicate the training and time of training you plan on attending. Each training varies based on specific JMARS topic area. Please select the appropriate training that you wish to attend. You may attend as many trainings as you like.
Crater Counting
This layer allows the user to mark craters, classify the craters, and even measure the craters. The data can then be exported to a spreadsheet for analysis. Great for regional studies on Mars.
Stamps Advanced
The Stamps layers are not only good for rendering images. Users can collect data and export hand selected data to a spreadsheet for analysis.
Shape Layer
The Shapes layer allows users to create and view area containing points and regions of interest. If your group is interested in geologic mapping an area, calculating area, or just marking the areas they have researched, this is the tool. The data can then be exported to a spreadsheet for analysis or combined for a global, visual view of areas of research.
MOLA 128ppd Elevation
This layer is a multi-functioning tool that meets the needs of many teams. The layer can be used to make rough measurements of features, determine the profile (depth) of an area, or even isolate specific elevations for your research.
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