Join us as we celebrate..
GIS Day 2009!
Wednesday, November 18, 2009, 11am-5pm, UT Arlington Central Library Parlor (6th floor)
Come and have fun learning about geographic information systems (GIS) and the various ways our faculty and students are using the technology.
- Listen to Dr.Darren Hayunga (Finance & Real Estate) talk about GIS and Spatial Statistics
- Peruse examples of spatial analysis and maps
- Chat with others
- Real World Applications? Learn how a powerful tool such as GIS can help!
- Fictitious Applications? Join us for a hands-on workshop analyzing vampire locations in North America. Fun!
- Play Games, Win prizes
- Partake in the giant GIS Day cake!
GIS Day takes place during the National Geographic Society's Geography Awareness Week, November 15-21, 2009.
Stay the entire afternoon, arrive late or leave early! Your attendance would be appreciated as we join in this global event to educate millions of people. Your participation could make a difference!
Who should attend?
All individuals interested in how geography, through the technology of GIS, affects your everyday life! RSVP please!
Showcase your work at GIS Day!
We invite all interested faculty, students, and staff to participate in the GIS Research Showcase. To participate, please register online
If you need a special accommodation to fully participate in this event, please contact Joshua Been, Central Library, Information Literacy, at (817) 272-5826 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Two weeks notice is necessary for seamless access.