The Connecticut GIS User to User Network is offering a free workshop for those interested in learning more about GIS software and applications on April 2, 2011 from 8:30am-12:30pm at Central Connecticut State University. This half-day workshop will include presentations from Connecticut GIS professionals with a focus on GIS Basics including applications, data, hardware, software and people.
During this workshop, there will be breakout sessions with hands-on demonstrations focused on five application areas:
- Urban and Regional Planning
- Municipal Information Technology
- K-12 Education
This workshop is targeted at individuals with some interest GIS, so if you are new to GIS and want to learn more be sure to register for this free workshop! Registration is capped at 100 people so be sure to register at: http://gis1.students.ccsu.edu/U2U/CoffeeDonutsAndGIS/
For more information contact Dr. John Harmon (CCSU Geography Emeritus – firstname.lastname@example.org).
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