Interested in learning ArcGIS Pro by really digging into the software and using realistic data? This workshop, offered in partnership by the Map, Data and GIS Library and the Digital Scholarship Lab, will use a fictitious scenario about a flu outbreak in St. Catharines. In this workshop we will geolocate each incident of the flu and determine what schools should be shut down based on their proximity to flu incidents. We will also use network analysis to calculate the nearest medical centres. In attending this workshop, you will learn the basics of creating a visually pleasing layout and how to share your work with others. This event is open to everyone, no previous ArcGIS experience is necessary.
When: Thursday, June 27, 10-12 AM
Where: Brock University, James A. Gibson Library – Classroom A (ST228)
Note: Registration for this event ends June 25th