On November 26th, the Sports Technician course had the opportunity to receive training in JOSM, under the Erasmus+ European Youth Humanitarian OpenStreetMap project (https://twitter.com/euYoutH_OSM). The graduates of this course have learned how to design buildings, properties and to label structures yet to be mapped. This was the first of many mapping meetings in OpenStreetMap, led by teachers Elizabete Oliveira and Nuno Azevedo.
On November 23rd, some ESJEA teachers began their training in OpenStreetMap in a session guided by teachers Nuno Azevedo and Elizabete Oliveira. Under the Erasmus+ European Youth Humanitarian OpenStreetMap project, some teachers worked with the Java OpenStreetMap, putting Terceira Island more and more on the map. Other sessions will take place in the future, with the intention of exchanging ideas, improving techniques and creating maps for the world’s places that do not have it.