Friday, January 04, 2008

Skidmore Regional GIS Conference for College Educators

As mentioned before, Skidmore College is holding a regional GIS conference geared towards colleges and universities on January 11. The agenda looks terrific. Get in touch with Alex Chaucer, if you're interested in attending. He can send you directions.

Skidmore Regional GIS Conference for College Educators
Friday, January 11th, 2008
Tentative Program

9:30 AM Welcome (Dana Atrium)

10:00 AM Todd Fabozzi: The Challenges of Sprawl and Smart Growth in the Capitol Region

11:15 AM Jonathan Cobb: GPS in the 21st Century - An Overview of Current GPS Capabilities, Modernization Efforts, and Complementary Networks

12:00 Noon Lunch Break

1:00 PM Robert Jones: GIS and the Time Dimension

1:30 PM Sharron Macklin and Jenni Lund: ArcGIS and Google Earth: Rules of Engagement

2:15 PM Discussion: Fostering a GIS Community: On Your Campus and Among Liberal Arts Colleges

3:30 PM Session Ends

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