GIS and digital mapping can be incredibly useful tools for researchers. On Nov. 16 – 19 the first Ontario-wide Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Days will be available for researchers.
This free, online event is open to all levels of GIS knowledge. Students, staff, faculty, and the general public are welcome to attend.
Visit the GIS Day main page for presentation topics, webinar links, and schedules.
Tune-in to lightning talk presentations, demonstrations, and tutorials throughout the week including:
- The Geography of Pokémon Go
- How a Kiwi surveyor ends up doing GIS in Scotland
- GIS Applications in Astronomy
- Mapping Canadian Tornadoes
- Historical GIS and Virtual Environments for Immersive Gamed Pedagogy
- The Discovery of Insulin
- … and more!
It’s your chance to:
- Discover how to take advantage of mapping technology in your research, education, or for your next job interview
- Check out the latest GIS projects and research
- Draw for a digital door prize
- Join one of the networking sessions or the virtual trivia evening (Nov. 18)
All are welcome!