GIS Workshops 2019

The library GIS team offers workshops on various topics.  The fall 2019 workshops are the following:
 

Mapping Census Data using QGIS: 
When: Tuesday, September 24th: 9:30 – 11:30 
Where: MacOdrum Library, Room 153 

QGIS is a free and open source alternative to commercial GIS software. The workshop will include an introduction to census data and GIS data manipulation and processing.  Once complete, students will be able to navigate the user interface, manage geospatial data, work with attribute tables as well as be able to conduct attribute and spatial joins as well as clip datasets. 

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Introduction to ArcGIS Pro: 
When: Monday, October 7th: 9:30 – 11:30 
Where: MacOdrum Library, Room 153 

This workshop provides an introduction to ArcGIS Pro, Esri’s powerful desktop GIS application. Topics covered include navigating the user interface, managing geospatial data, working and querying attribute tables and conducting some basic geoprocessing tasks.  

Please fill out this form to register  

Introduction to Collector for ArcGIS – Accurate data collection made easy 
When: Tuesday, November 12th : 9:30 – 11:30 
Where: MacOdrum Library, Room 153 

Collector for ArcGIS, a mobile data collection app, makes it easy to capture accurate data. In this introductory workshop you will learn how to create feature layers to collect data (in ArcGIS online), add layer to a web map, share map and layers to a group, and access the map in Collector for ArcGIS.  Bonus! You will learn how to take your layers offline for highly accurate data collection in the field. 

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Content last reviewed: August 23, 2019