Learn the basics of working with ArcGIS Desktop (ArcMap) in a hands-on learning environment! This course is useful for people who have no prior GIS experience, as well as, current ArcMap users looking to gain additional skills. With a focus on New Hampshire data and applications, participants learn how to use ArcMap to produce attractive, effective maps. In addition, each participant receives their own detailed step-by-step manual to use as a reference after the course is over.
Participants will learn to design maps in ArcMap | import data into ArcMap | add online GIS data to your maps | interact with time-based GIS data | symbolize GIS data | add labels and annotation, query data | use geoprocessing tools: merge/buffer/dissolve | manipulate attribute tables: adding fields/calculating values/joining tables
Flat Tuition Rate = $599
A reduced tuition rate of $399 is available for students who are employed by the following entities: Non-profit organization, government, education, etc. Proof and/or documentation may be required. If you are unsure of whether or not you qualify for the reduced rate, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The July 22- 24, 2019 Introduction to ArcGIS Workshop will be held at the UNH Cooperative Extension Sea Grant Office located at 122 Mast Rd, Lee, NH 03861.
This location is about 10 minutes away from UNH Durham.
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Shane Bradt has been teaching geospatial workshops for UNH Cooperative Extension since 2001, and started his Extension Specialist position in January of 2006.
Shane is principally responsible for outreach involving geospatial technologies, the three main categories of which are geographic information systems (GIS), global positioning system (GPS) and remote sensing. He teaches about geospatial technologies with people inside and outside of UNH through the Geospatial Technologies Training Center using a variety of face-to-face workshops, webinars, and online academic courses. Shane is also an Extension Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences and works with the NH Lakes Lay Monitoring Program.
In addition to his work at UNH, Shane plays a key role in outside organizations, including: MapASyst | NH Educational GIS Partnership | North American Lake Management Society | Cyanobacteria Monitoring Collaborative | NH Lakes Management Advisory Committee