GIS Day is a global event that is part of the National Geographic Society's
Geography Awareness Week
held every November.

UofA's GIS Day is the occasion for researchers and educators involved with
Geographic Information Systems
across all departments at the University of Alberta
to showcase applications, share ideas, and explore potential collaborations.
It's also a valuable learning opportunity for anyone new or curious about the spatial sciences.

 



DATE:
Friday, November 16, 2018

TIME:
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

LOCATION:
CCIS 1-140 [map]

REGISTRATION:
Click here for registration form

 

PROGRAM:

  • Dr. Darrell G. Schulze - Teaching and learning with digital soil maps in the classroom and in the field - Guest Speaker from Purdue University
  • Sofia Calvo - Climate change scenarios for the dry forest in the Guanacaste province
  • Dr. Charlene C. Nielsen - Mapping birth outcomes and air pollution in space and time
  • David Parry - What’s new in Esri training and resources for students and faculty at UofA

 

Any questions, please e-mail gis@ualberta.ca.

 

Past Events

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

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2003

 


 

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