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Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Library Fellows Presentation

Presentation: Geographic Information Systems
Fellowship: Project Proposal 

About the Project

This course taught students how to solve practical spatial problems using cutting edge Geographic Information Systems (GIS) tools. Students identified interdisciplinary questions amenable to spatial solutions, learned how to collect and curate geographic information, and designed real-world mapping applications. By the end of the course, students gained familiarity with multiple types of GIS systems, and selected the system that best fits their research needs. 

Buchanan Library Fellows - Spring 2018

About the Fellows

Fellows Julie Bones, Mary Catherine Cook, Will Dunham, Rachel Flores, Kerry Shawn, Abbey Labrecque, and Akshay Soni identified interdisciplinary questions amenable to spatial solutions, learned how to collect and curate geographic information, and designed real-world mapping applications