September 28th, 2011
Back by popular demand: the free Introduction to ArcGIS training by Branner Library staff! This 3-hour workshop is designed for the new user to GIS technology. With a very hands-on approach, we guide you through your first steps learning this very powerful, but somewhat not very user-friendly technology. No previous GIS experience is required. This workshop is mandatory for anybody wanting GIS consultant services at Branner Library.
When: Oct. 3, 1-4pm
Where: Room A65 in the sub-basement of Mitchell Earth Sciences Building
Who: Stanford Community - All are welcome.
August 24th, 2011
Missed this summer’s Branner geospatial workshops? There is one more scheduled for the end of this month!
Fri, August 26, 9am – 12pm
A65, Sub-basement of Mitchell Earth Sciences building
This very hands-on 3-hour workshop will allow you to create and manipulate your own GIS data from scratch. Topics covered are: georeferencing of raster images, creation of vector data (digitization), importing GPS and table data into GIS and basic data management concepts in GIS (geodatabase vs shapefiles). Registration and other information is available online at: http://sites.google.com/site/stanfordgeospatialtraining/