Posts Tagged 'GPS'

GIS Workshop: Getting Your Data on a Map

Wednesday, September 19
1:00 – 2:00pm
Campbell Hall, Room 105
University of Virginia

Session repeats on
Thursday, September 20
3:00 – 4:00pm
Adlerman Library, Room 421 (New Electronic Classroom)
University of Virginia

Do you have GPS points or a list of Latitude and Longitude you would like to show as points on a map? This session will show you how to turn your data into map layers and how to connect them to make lines and polygons as well.

Mapping Yourself with GPS and Google

Family Weekend GIS Workshop: Mapping Yourself with GPS and Google

Saturday, October 29
10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Scholars’ Lab Common Room

Curious about GPS, Google mapping, and how you can be part of the fun? Join Chris Gist and Kelly Johnston of the U.Va. Scholars’ Lab for an introduction to the magic of GPS and Google mapping. You will leave with the tools to communicate with satellites 12,000 miles overhead, make your own maps, and selectively share your cartographic masterpieces with the world.

GIS Workshop

GIS Workshop

Thursday, October 21:

GIS Workshop: Global Positioning System

2:00 p.m.

Alderman Electronic Classroom

Curious about how to make the best use of GPS in your fieldwork and other outdoor adventures? In this session we’ll explain the magic of GPS and how to combine GPS data with Google Earth and ArcGIS for visualization and analysis.

All Scholars’ Lab events are free and open to all. No registration is required.

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