Date: 11/15/2017

Time: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

North Reading Room Learning Lab


The Geospatial Center (School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences) and the University Libraries celebrate GIS Day by hosting four free GIS workshop sessions, open to everyone. Event participants will discover and explore the benefits of GIS. This event will showcase the uses of GIS (maps and posters) and provide useful information about GIS education programs on campus.

The free GIS workshop schedule is as follows:


Noon: Drones in research 101 (by Donna Selch, SoMAS)
1 pm: Humanitarian open-source mapping (by Sung Gheel Jang, SoMAS)
2 pm: Local government GIS (by Dave Genaway, Town of Huntington)
3 pm: Introduction to ArcGIS Online (by Maria Brown, SoMAS)

Bob Tolliver

Bob Tolliver

Head of Science & Engineering Library at Stony Brook University Libraries
Bob is Head of the Science and Engineering Library and is the liaison to Engineering, Geosciences, Marine & Atmospheric Science.
Bob Tolliver
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