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Geographic Information Systems
Last Updated: May 2, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Data, Data and More Data

With so much GIS data available, it is impossible to list everything.  Therefore, this guide is not meant to be comprehensive.  This guide is meant to serve as a starting point for GIS data discovery.  It also serves as an entry point for data that with some basic work can be transformed into GIS data.  If you need additional help locating more GIS data, please contact Joe Hurley


Free GIS Online Training for GSU Students, Faculty, and Staff

All GSU students, faculty, and staff have free access to many ESRI online training courses.  These highly useful courses range from simple one hour sessions to longer, more involved courses.  Visit the GSU Department of Geosciences Geospatial Laboratory site for more information on how to register for these courses.


ArcGIS Software On Campus

ArcGIS is a geographic information system software suite that allows users to create, manipulate, analyze and display geographic information.  Where can you access this software?


Professional Certificate in GIS

Want to learn more about GIS?  Consider getting a Professional Certificate in GIS from the Department of Geosciences at GSU.  The Department of Geosciences offers GIS courses from beginning to advanced levels. 


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