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Introduction to GIS Workshop
(Registration Info Here)
4-6 in Science Hall


COSPONSORS

State Cartographer's Office


UW Spatial Information
and Analysis Consortium



Robinson Map Library



State Agency Geographic
Information Coordination
(SAGIC) Team



WisconsinView


UW Sea Grant Institute



CONTACT
Karen Tuerk
UW GIS Day Coordinator

550 N Park St
Science Hall - Rm 376
Madison, WI 53706
kstuerk@wisc.edu
608.265.9975

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GIS Day Activities
Click on links below for more information.

Exhibits
Memorial Union - Great Hall, 9am-3:30pm
University departments, government agencies, private businesses and non-profit organization will hold over 30 booths with information and GIS demos.

Presentations
Applications Track - Class of 1924 Room, 9:30am-3:30pm

For a general audience, this track will have presentations on GIS or Remote Sensing applications.  This includes a presentation by our keynote speaker, Dr. Phil Lewis.

Tools, Trends and Resources - Capital View Room, 9:30am-3:30pm
In this more advanced track, talks are more directed to students and professionals in the GIS field. This includes a special Geospatial Career Seminar.

Map Gallery
Memorial Union - Great Hall, 9am-3:30pm
From the artistic to the technical - see maps and GIS posters in the Map Gallery.

Kids Activities
Memorial Union - Great Hall, 9am-3:pm
High school students and teachers are invited to join us for interactive geography education activities.  Contact Karen Tuerk for more information, kstuerk@wisc.edu.

Intro to GIS Workshop
Science Hall - Room 380, 4pm -6pm
A free hands-on workshop will be held for UW students, faculty and staff and member of the general public from 4-6pm in Science Hall adjacent to the Union   This workshop is sponsored by the UW Libraries System.  Registration is required for this workshop due to limited space.

 

 

 

 







 

 

 

 

  
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