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GIS 102: Map making using Public Data

SpeakerKaren Hogenboom, Numeric and Spatial Data Librarian, datagis@library.illinois.edu
Date Oct 4, 2012
Time 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm  
Location Main Library - Library 314
Cost Free
Sponsor University Library
Contact Merinda Hensley
Registration Registration
Event type Workshop
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An introduction to GIS tools will allow participants to create thematic maps in ArcGIS using data produced by government and inter-governmental agencies. Computers and software will be provided to allow workshop participants to follow along and practice. By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to map information of their own choosing using publicly available data resources. The session includes practice creating maps, finding data and shape files and making presentation layouts.

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