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Mudd Library, Small Classroom 2124

2233 Tech Drive

Evanston, IL 60208

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GIS: Introduction to ArcPro

Instructor: Kelsey Rydland, Northwestern Libraries

ArcGIS Pro is a desktop application for geospatial analysis available to all faculty, students and staff. The software is used for creating and using maps, compiling geographic data, analyzing mapped information, sharing and discovering geographic information. ArcGIS Pro allows you to store multiple items, such as maps, layouts, tables, and charts, in a single project. This workshop is targeted at new users with little to no GIS experience. We will begin with the basics of making a map, explore the main components of the user interface—the ribbon, views, and panes—and their interactions. We will then move on and complete some more complex analysis.

ArcPro only runs on Windows. If you wish to bring your own laptop you can download and install it ahead of time here: https://northwestern.app.box.com/file/195914941345

If you do not have a Windows machine or do not want to install it beforehand you can request a laptop with the software installed. Please email gis@northwestern.edu with that request a day prior to the workshop.

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Answers to frequently asked questions about the workshops can be found at https://workshops.rcs.northwestern.edu/faq/.

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2233 Tech Drive

Evanston, IL 60208

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