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# Introduction to GIS
Everything that happens on earth has a location. That means you can map it. When there are multiple similar incidents, then you can find patterns and run analysis tools over maps to make better decisions. This workshop introduces the attendees to the world of GIS uses in day to day decision making process for organizations, governments, and communities.
Instructor: Warren Roberts, GIS Specialist
The objective of this introductory workshop is to understand the importance of GIS, know what are some of the tools that exist and how to visualize the data and results for the stakeholders to understand the results.
Virtual (Zoom info available after registration)
None, but attendees are asked to have their own ArcGIS accounts. The Library offers a free ArcGIS account—request yours at https://libguides.libraries.claremont.edu/c.php?g=937325&p=6755892.
Open to all CMC Students, Faculty and Staff
Zoom info available after registration