Introduction ArcGIS 10.1 Part 2
Thursday, June 13, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM (EDT)
This is Part 2 of the introduction to ArcGIS 10.1. It is assumed that the participants will have solid computer skills and the knowledge that was taught in the first part of the workshop. Part 1 of the workshop covered principles of an introduction to geography, including coordinate systems and projections as well as basic GIS. In addition the first part of the workshop covered using US Census data for demographics which included tabular joining of data and geocoding of data as well simply query of data and use of basemaps. In part 2 of the Introductory to ArcGIS 10.1 topics to be cover will include the concepts of symbology, clipping of data, merging of shapefiles, labeling of data, spatial joins and final map layout for publication.
Please check out the other workshops and the GeoEd’13 conference.
Instructor: Vincent A. DiNoto, Jr., 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 capacity to train geospatial technicians;
§ 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.