GIS Learning Community Forming at UC

Do you need to visualize your spatial data but don't know how? Do you have spatial data but don’t know how to map it?  Are you looking for guidance or have expertise to share regarding the analysis of spatial data?  Are you an ArcGIS, A Q-GIS or other GIS program user and want to connect with other people who use these programs?

The Geography Graduate Student Organization and UC Libraries will host an organizational meeting at 3:30 p.m. Aug. 31 in the Geology-Mathematics-Physics Library (located just off Schneider Quad in 240 Braunstein - map) to discuss the formation of a cross disciplinary Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Learning Community.

The goal of the community is to create a user-driven forum for novice and expert practitioners alike to come together and discuss tools, resources and solutions to questions, as well as to explore new projects that develop as researchers consider the spatial aspects of their data. We invite interested individuals across all of UC to join us in building this community.  

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