Workshops: Intermediate ArcGIS Parts One & Two

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ArcGIS is a suite of software used to create and use maps, compile geographic data, analyze mapped information, share and discover geographic information, and manage geographic information in a database. It is available in Gorgas and Rodgers libraries.

Kim Smalley, Web Developer in the UA Libraries’ Web Services department, will offer both introductory and intermediate workshops on ArcGIS this semester. Here are the details for the two-part Intermediate ArcGIS series:

Intermediate ArcGIS Part One
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Gorgas Library Room 109A
Prerequisite: Intro to ArcGIS

This workshop will expand on the basic skills acquired in the Introduction to ArcGIS software workshop. The workshop will begin to develop skills for working with data from websites that provide resources for ArcGIS. You will learn how to obtain the data, download it and use it in a map.

Intermediate ArcGIS Part Two
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Gorgas Library Room 109A
Prerequisites: Intro to ArcGIS & Intermediate ArcGIS Part One

This workshop will expand on the skills acquired in Intermediate ArcGIS Part One. The workshop will demonstrate how to create your own data for use in a map.

These workshops are open to all, but registration is required: tinyurl.com/ualibarcgisworkshop

Contact:
Kim Smalley, kcsmalley@ua.edu

Flyer (PDF)

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