The CGA can help you learn GIS in many ways - credit and non-credit, live and self-learning.
Credit Courses @ Harvard
Learn about the many GIS Related and Spatial Analysis Courses offered each semester in areas such as public health, archaeology, social and environmental policy, operational GIS, and more. See Credit Courses being offered.
Non-Credit Training @ CGA
- GIS Institute (two-week training institute held every semester. Research proposal required)
- Cartography Workshop (One day workshop held every SPRING semester)
- GIS for the Humanities and Social Sciences (One day workshop held every FALL semester)
- Basic Introduction to GIS (Two-hour workshop held every semester)
CGA Video Tutorials
Previous CGA Workshops are presented in a self-guided Video Tutorial Series
Harvard Self-Learning: Browse the list of GIS Tutorials and Books available on campus, learn from topics addressed at CGA Seminar Series and on the CGA's Technical Blog. See also our Publications page and the CGA's Annual Conference pages for additional learning materials.
Esri Self-Learning: Esri provides a wealth of learning materials such as the Virtual Campus Courses, the ArcGIS Desktop and ArcGIS Pro Tutorials, the User Conference proceedings and technical workshops, and Esri's vast Library of Manuals for their products.
Guest Lectures and Customized Curriculum: The CGA provides guest lectures for specific research groups on a routine basis. The CGA also creates and teaches customized geospatial curriculum for credit courses and workshops. See a list of these activities on our Guest Lectures page.