Exploring Your Community and Your World with a GIS

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Exploring Your Community and Your World with a GIS (Geographic Information System)

Examine population change and characteristics, natural hazards, landforms, watersheds, weird and fascinating places, and much more using 2D and 3D Web (www.arcgis.com) and Desktop GIS (www.esri.com/arcgis).  In this free, engaging, hands-on session, discover how you can analyze 21st Century issues, build key workforce skills, engage students in inquiry, hyperlink maps to images and video, map your own field-collected data, create map-based live presentations, and save and share your maps and investigations with others.

Date:  Saturday 3 December 2011 – 8am to Noon

Who is it for?  K-12 educators, informal educators, community college instructors, and university instructors.

Feel free to invite and bring a colleague!

Instructors:  Joseph Kerski and Esther Worker, Esri

Location:  Esri – 1 International Court – Broomfield CO  80021.  In the Interlocken Office Park.

To Register or for more information:    Email Joseph Kerski – jkerski@esri.com

Space is limited so register soon!

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