Introduction to ArcGIS 10.1 Part 1
Monday, June 10, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM (EDT)
This workshop is designed for the new user who has solid computer skills and also has used a spreadsheet program. In this workshop the user will learn what a GIS system is, how to create basic maps and do simple analysis. This hands on workshop will teach technical skills as well as an understanding of how GIS can be used in subjects requiring a spatial analysis. The workshop will teach concepts of working with U.S. Census demographical information, taking data in a spreadsheet and mapping it, simple querying of data and working with basemap layers. In addition the participants will learn about raster images and map projections as well as basic geography. Part 2 of this workshop will be held on June 13th, the two workshops are independent and require separate registrations.
Please check out the other workshops and the GeoEd’13 conference.
The workshop will be held in Louisville, KY at Jefferson Community and Technical College on the Southwest Campus in the Business Building.
The link to Part 2 is: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/5362850430
Workshop Instructor is Vincent DiNoto, Jefferson Community and Technical College
When & Where
National Geospatial Technology Center (GeoTech Center)
The GeoTech Center hopes to increase the number, diversity, and quality of geospatial professionals through geospatial technology education at the community and technical college level. Transforming the preparation and continuing education of geospatial technicians to meet the national workforce demand will be done by:
Creating a national clearinghouse of exemplary geospatial curriculum materials and database Web services;
Increasing the quantity, quality and diversity of geospatial technicians to meet U.S. workforce needs;
Increasing the number of educators participating in geospatial professional development;
Sustaining the Center long-term by seeking collaborations and sources of funding to maintain and improve services and products.