Thursday, March 6, 2 – 3 pm.
Held online via desktop videoconferencing.
No matter the discipline, the capacity to collect, analyze, interpret, and share geographic data can be enhanced by Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Yet identifying GIS resources and learning how to use new geospatial tools can be time-consuming. Join NITLE Subject-Area Specialist Meg Stewart as she provides an introduction to geospatial technologies, their wide-ranging uses and the means to determine which uses might enhance your courses and research.
Those interested in how GIS might enhance the value of liberal education for the 21st century student should attend this seminar. Attendance by institutional teams is encouraged; individuals are also welcome to participate.