Site-Specific Management Education
University of Nebraska-Lincoln faculty offer a broad array of formal and informal site-specific management education opportunities that target Nebraskans of many ages and learning preferences. Faculty leading and teaching these learning opportunities use the best science and research-based information available to meet learner needs and interests.
Credit courses offered by UNL for undergraduate and graduate students interested in learning more about geospatial technologies and site-specific management.
Geospatial and precision technologies (GPT) seminars are conducted periodically during the academic year to facilitate sharing and discussion among faculty, producers and agribusiness representatives.
Extension programs offer a variety of educational opportunities for producers using site specific management technologies. Extension Educators and Specialists use a broad array of teaching techniques and venues to help producers learn about the latest technologies applicable to production agriculture.
Webinars - Live and archived, make Extension education available at producers' convenience. Webinars are generally 30 to 60 minute narrated slide shows or videos addressing specific topics.
4-H & Youth - GEAR-Tech-21: Geospatial and Robotics Technologies for the 21st Century is one of the leading 4-H & Youth curricula in the nation helping youth understand and experience geospatial technologies integrated with robotic applications.