Story maps combine interactive online maps with other content (text, photos, video, audio) to portray a place, event, issue, or pattern within a geographic context. Story maps can use the tools of a geographic information system but don’t require creators or users to have any special knowledge of GIS. This workshop for faculty and staff … Read moreWesGIS Workshop: Digital Storytelling with Maps
Make a Map! An Introduction to GIS. Wednesday, February 13, 10:00-11:00 am PAC 100 computer lab Do you want to create effective maps suitable for use in publications or conference presentations? Join Kim Diver for a hands-on workshop to learn how to make a thematic map in ArcGIS. Skills provided in the step-by-step workshop include … Read moreWesGIS Workshop: Make a Map
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December 5: Introductory GIS students (E&ES 281) present their community-based service-learning projects to their community partners, classmates, and the campus and local communities. This year, groups worked with Wadsworth Mansion, Connecticut Forest & Parks Association, City of Middletown, and Fearless Fund. Talks begin at 1:30 pm.
Join the celebration of geography, mapping, and spatial data analysis at the annual International GIS Day on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. Many Wesleyan faculty, students, and staff apply geographic information system (GIS) technology to their geospatial data visualizations and analyses. Come learn what GIS is and what it can do for you – join us … Read moreCelebrate GIS Day November 14!
Learn how to create, analyze, and share spatial data through web maps. The skills introduced in the workshop are beneficial for faculty and staff that want to learn a platform for analyzing spatial data and/or need interactive maps for use in classes, presentations, or websites. WesGIS Workshop WebMaps: How to analyze and share spatial data … Read moreWebMaps: How to analyze and share spatial data