Dive GIS Course registration is open again

Yes, you are diving and learning GIS at the same time.  Deadline to register is May 31, 2011 and details are at:  www.mappamondogis.it/divegis.htm

GPS Data into ArcGIS Explorer Desktop – you don’t need the full ArcGIS suite to do it

Per ESRI’s tip at:  http://www.esri.com/news/arcwatch/0511/tip.html

Fourth Episode of Geospatial Revolution is out!

The series is great, and the fourth episode is no exception.  Check it out at:  http://www.geospatialrevolution.psu.edu

If you use FME and convert between CAD and GIS, there’s a free learning opportunity!

Please check it out at:  http://fme.safe.com/forms/CADtoGISwithFME?elq=ea26ef3316a24de89416a0fa6f701518 and respond directly to them.  : )

Shameless self-promotion and a geodatabase online class

I’m an instructor in the UC San Diego Extension Certificate of Completion GIS program, and the third class in our series is starting up on 3/29/11 and it’s entirely online…so if you are looking for an introduction into geodatabases and if you have some (even limited) GIS experience but need some structure to get you to sit down and just do it, this might just the ticket!  The description of the course online is not quite what we do – rather it is more geodatabases and data sources.  The shameless self-promotion comes because I’m the instructor.  : )  http://extension.ucsd.edu/studyarea/index.cfm?vAction=singleCourse&vCourse=ECE-40247&vStudyAreaId=9

Free easy web mapping learning opportunity

ESRI & the National Geographic Council for Education are offering a free webinar.  Details are here:

10 Tips for Easy Web Mapping in the Classroom Tomorrow

Date and Time: Wednesday, March 30, 2011 at 9pm EDT/8pm CDT (1 hour).

Webinar presented by: Esri Education Team and the National Council for Geographic Education (NCGE). NCGE will host the webinar.  Register today at NCGE for the this joint Esri-NCGE webinar at https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/202549654

Cost: Free

About: Learn about the basics in web mapping technology and easy-to-implement strategies for the geography & science classrooms.

Critical websites and power tips will be provided to teachers new to geospatial tools – designed specifically for use “tomorrow”. We’ll even show you how to create your own map-enabled presentations, suitable for use in any academic subject area.

Geospatial Revolution Episode 3 is out…

And it’s just as good as the others before it!  If you are wondering what geospatial technologies are and what they can do, this is a great way to learn!

http://geospatialrevolution.psu.edu/

Advanced LIDAR Summer School Opportunity

For more details, see their website and be sure to correspond with them directly.  The registration deadline is 4/30/11 and it looks like a great learning opportunity…

http://usa2011.isprs-sc.org/

ESRI Internship and Conference Assistant Opportunities

For more details, go directly to them at the appropriate URL below!

http://www.esri.com/careers/category/esri-uc-assistantship.html

http://www.esri.com/careers/category/summer-internships.html

More ESRI Virtual Campus classes available for ArcGIS 10

They seem to be coming out in a more rapid succession now, which is good, cause I know I need to take them!  Class listings at http://training.esri.com and UCSD people, don’t forget, you get access to most of them for free!

Older Posts »

Archives