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GIS Day 2012

Theme: Strengthening GIS Community Partnerships & Networks

GIS (Geographic Information Systems) Day is an an-nual event sponsored by ESRI, the United States Geo-logical Survey, the National Geographic Society, the Association of American Geographers, the University Consortium for Geographic Information Science, the Library of Congress, and Sun Microsystems. This event allows Eastern Michigan University to showcase their projects and services to a variety of individuals, schools, and other organizations. GIS Day activities at EMU are made possible through support from the Institute for the study of Children, Families, and Com-munities (iSCFC) * College of Education * EMU Library * College of Arts & Sciences * Institute for Geospatial Research & Education (IGRE) * ESRI

Date: Monday 19th November

Locations: Halle Library . Porter Building . Strong Hall

GIS Activities for K-12
IMAGIN 9-1-1 Webinar
GIS Conference

Contact Katie Feltner For further information on GIS Day
Department of Geography & Geology
205 Strong Hall
Phone: (734) 487-0218

Download the Flyer here.

9-1-1 & GIS Webinar / Workshop, click here for Registration.

Monday 19th November (9:00 am -12:00 noon): Rm. 330 Student Services Building

Presenter: Mark Holmes

Workshop 1: 9:00-9:45 am: The Evolution of GIS for 9-1-1 and Public Safety
Workshop 2: 10:00 - 10:45 am: GIS Planning for 9-1-1 Operations
Workshop 3: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm: Journey to Next Generation 9-1-1

Download the GIS Webinar Flyer here.

For further information, contact Dr. Edwin Joseph, or Amara Frontczak .