Indiana GIS Day and Conference Set for November 5, 2013
From Indiana Geographic Information Council Newsletter
Explore the innovative ways GIS is used to improve government operations. GIS has the unique capability to help explain large amounts of information via maps and graphics using location information. Cross-agency applications appear seamless when data is merged into a GIS. See and learn the many new avenues for using this increasingly important technology.
The Indiana GIS Day and Conference will be held at the Indiana Government Center South Conference Center at 402 West Washington Street in Indianapolis on Tuesday, November 5 from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm. Registration is free. Anyone who plans, manages, or performs any geospatial activities will benefit from attending this event. Presentations and resources are for GIS users at all levels of experience and include Arc Hydro: GIS for Water Resources, How to Unlock the GIS Data Vault, When Good Maps Go Bad (Cartography), and How to Preserve and Integrate Historic Sanborn Maps in Your GIS. Pre-registration is required.
The Ball State University Libraries’ GIS Research and Map Collection (GRMC) will be hosting GIS Day in Bracken Library from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm on Wednesday, November 20. This event will feature learning sessions and a poster display.
For more information, please contact Jim Sparks, Indiana Geographic Information Officer, at 317-234-5889 or Angela Gibson, Ball State University Libraries GIS Specialist, at 765-285-1097. A full agenda is available on the Indiana Geographic Information Council Web page.