Pizza, (Root)Beer, and GIS Workshop – June 21, 2012

Connecticut GIS User to User Network – Pizza, (Root)Beer, and GIS!

Are you interested in learning more about GIS? The Connecticut GIS User to User Network is offering a free workshop to explore GIS which will include a series of presentations and break-out hands-on workshops. So if you have been wonder what GIS is and how you might use this technology be sure to register for this free event!

Date: Thursday June 21, 2012
Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Location: Central Connecticut State University – New Britain, CT
Cost: Free!
Food: Food will be provided thanks to our sponsors!
The Connecticut GIS User to User Network is sponsoring a free evening education seminar on an introduction to GIS at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain, Thursday, June 21, 2012 starting at 6:00 PM till 9:00 PM. It will begin with informational presentations by expert GIS professionals to provide you with foundational basics to introduce you to the technology and principles of GIS. It will be followed by break out sessions for hands on instruction to allow you to experience using GIS with specialists to teach you a simple application that you can take with you. The breakout sessions will be focused on K-12 Educators, Planning Professionals, and First Responders (fire, police, and rescue). This event will be free of cost and dinner will be provided. Space is limited to 20 members from each group and registration is required. See here to register:

More specific location details will be sent to registrants prior to June 21.

For additional information visit the Connecticut GIS User to User Network website at:

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