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Mobile GIS
Guy Johnson, Rochester Institute of Technology
This course introduces students to concepts in Mobile GIS technology, GPS theory, and the integration of GPS and GIS data. Students will learn how to use hand-held GPS units, hand held personal computers, and ...

Advanced GIS
Eugenio Arima, Hobart William Smith Colleges

GIS for Geoscientists
Mark Manone, Northern Arizona University
A hands on lab course focused on using GIS as a tool for geoscience research.

Conservation GIS
Michelle Kinzel, Southwestern College
This course is designed to prepare conservation workers and scientists how to acquire, organize and manipulate geographic information using GIS technology.

GIS for Geoscientists I
Chris Harding, Iowa State University
GIS for Geoscientists I is an introduction to GIS operations and analyses of vector data in a geoscience context and will prepare students for more advanced GIS courses (such as its follow-up course, GIS for ...

GIS for Environmental Studies
Kelly Debure, Eckerd College
The study of the environment is inherently spatial and global in nature. One way to view and analyze data in a geographic context is through using a geographic information system (GIS). GIS is typically a ...

Introduction to GIS
Carol Cady, St. Lawrence University
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is the use of computers to manage, display and analyze spatial or geographical information. This course will introduce the basic concepts, functions, and applications of GIS. We ...

GIS for Geologists
Brian Hynek, University of Colorado at Boulder
A first (and probably only) GIS course geared at upper-level geology and environmental science majors, using ArcGIS 9.3.

Introduction to GIS
Eileen Johnson, Bowdoin College
This course introduces concepts of cartography, database management, and spatial analysis. The productive use of GIS technology in the physical and social sciences, environmental management, and regional planning ...

GIS for Geoscientists
Barb Tewksbury, Hamilton College
Introduction to basic concepts in computer-based GIS emphasizing hands-on practice in portraying and analyzing spatially referenced data sets to produce a variety of types of digital products and to solve geologic ...

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