[Michlib-l] Deadline to register for February 17 Make Your Own GIS Map workshop
ladiskih at mcls.org
Fri Feb 6 12:05:36 EST 2015
It is your last chance to register for the Make Your Own Map: Exploring
Geographic Information Science (GIS) for Librarians workshop that will be
held online on Tuesday, February 17, from 2 - 4 PM. The deadline to
register is Wednesday, February 11.
With the escalation of online GIS mapping applications (demographic and
business databases for example), it is becoming increasingly important for
librarians to understand and be proficient with these tools to best serve
our patrons and conduct research. Learn several different ways of making
maps and utilizing these resources using both free websites and databases.
Participants will upload a list of addresses to create a point map and
will shade in areas of interest to create a simple reference map.
Library users increasing want digital data in a geospatial format usable
by GIS programs. Your patrons may not realize that the library offers a
variety of data sources. This workshop will show several sources for
GIS-friendly data and also introduce QGIS, an open source GIS program.
The cost for this workshop is $59 for MCLS members and $119 for non-MCLS
members. Group viewing rates are also available if you have multiple staff
at your library that would like to view together.
For more information and to register, go to:
Please contact training at mcls.org if you have any questions.
Thanks! - heather
Heather M. Ladiski, CAP-OM
Executive Assistant/Meeting Planner
Midwest Collaborative for Library Services
1407 Rensen Street, Suite 1
Lansing, Michigan 48910-3657
800/530-9019 ext. 133
517/394-2420 ext. 133
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