This full-day workshop taught via Zoom video confernce focuses on the visual representation of geographic information. The first part will explore general reference cartography, and the fundamentals of conventional reference mapping. The second part will focus on statistical thematic cartography, and the use of GIS to generate visual representations of spatial information using both desktop (ArcGIS Pro) and web (ArcGIS Online) software. Experience with GIS software is not required of participants, however they must be familiar with basic computing tasks.
Requirement: A desktop PC running Windows, with at least 8 GB of RAM to run ArcGIS Pro. ArcGIS Pro only runs on Windows operating systems. Read the full system requirements for ArcGIS Pro.
Fee for the 1-day program for valid HarvardKey holders is $25 .
See https://gis.harvard.edu/faq/how-make-payments-cga for payment instructions.
Select the workshop from the Upcoming Workshops list to apply. Seats are limited. Application deadline is Sunday, April 18.