The University of Virginia Library’s Scholars’ Lab with help from Albemarle County’s Office of Geographic Data Services would like to invite you for an afternoon of events celebrating GIS Day: Nov. 13th. All UVa and Charlottesville-area community members are welcome to attend.
1:30PM – Presentation: New(er) Tools in ArcGIS Online
2PM – Lightning Round Talks
3PM – GIS Day Cake
Location: Alderman Library Electronic Classroom (ALD 421, just off Scholars’ Lab)
Presentation: New(er) Tools in ArcGIS Online
At 1:30PM, join us for a session on new things happening with ArcGIS Online from crowdsourcing to interactive mapping applications to data analysis.
Starting at 2PM, our tradition of lightning talks continues. If you have never seen lightning round talks, they can be pretty entertaining: a rapid fire succession of speakers given a set, short amount of time and PowerPoint slides. In previous years, many great presenters have shown the incredible breadth of disciplines and fields in which GIS is used in meaningful ways.
GIS Day Cake
Another great tradition continues. Please join us for the GIS Day cake unveiling and partake in the feeding frenzy.
Contact Scholars' Lab's Head of Public Programs Laura Miller.