Fall 2006 GIS workshops

Posted September 7th, 2006 by Lisa Sweeney

Come learn about doing spatial analysis and creating your own digital maps using GIS software and a variety of data held at MIT including aerial photography, census and topographic data. The MIT GIS Lab will be offering the following workshops this Fall, to help people get started using Geographic Information Systems (GIS):

* Introduction to ArcGIS
* Working with US Census Data in a GIS
* Where does water flow? – How to read topographic maps and work with Digital Elevation Models

All sessions will be held in the MIT GIS Lab (7-238). Times and more information are available at: http://libraries.mit.edu/gis/teach/fall2006.html