Agenda for the Skidmore GIS Conference - January 10, 2007 (From Robert Jones, Skidmore College)
Attached is the program for the Skidmore GIS Conference for Educators. Our day begins at 9:30 AM and ends by 3:30 PM. As with our June conference, there will be a few presentations on applications of GIS and plenty of time for round table discussion of items on the agenda or other topics of common interest. Be sure to forward this message to colleagues who may be interested in attending.
You do not need to formally register, but I would appreciate knowing if you plan to attend.
I look forward to seeing you next week
PS: An aerial photo of the campus marking the entrance, parking area and GIS
Center is shown at the bottom of this email after the program
Skidmore College (518) 580-5094
Wednesday January 10, 2007
10:00 AM David Karp: Crime mapping with GIS
10:30AM Carol Cady: GIS hockey project
11:00 AM Kyle Nichols: Water well mapping with GIS
11:30 AM Discussion of less common applications of GIS
12:00 Noon Lunch Break
1:00 PM Meg Stewart: Google Earth as “GIS-lite”
1:30 PM Discussion of alternatives to ArcGIS such as Google Earth and Virtual Globe
3:30 PM Session Ends