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You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose! (Dr. Seuss, of course) Wondering where to start with GIS? Maybe you're looking for a few tips and tricks from other users -- or maybe a course to brush up on your understanding of spatial data or widen your professional horizons. In a world where GIS is everwhere, the choices can seem overwhelming. Here's a sampler to help you navigate.
Entry level to intermediate courses:
Of interest to any level GIS user:
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Happy Mapping from the GIS Team in IFWIS!
Posted by idfg-ccoulter at 02/24/2015 in
Penn State is now offering Open Education Resources for a number of their departments including Geography that hosts coursework for a number of GIS and remote sensing related classes offered at the university. The bonus is, you are allowed to use and re-use materials you find on this website.
From the website:
GIS & Remote Sensing coursework currently up on their website:
Take a look: http://open.ems.psu.edu/courseware
Posted by idfg-pbond at 04/10/2012 in
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