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UD community members have been working with GIS for over 25 years.  Today, GIS is used in some way in most colleges and departments on campus. Support for GIS at UD is sponsored by units in the Library and Information Technologies.

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ArcGIS Pro presentation at the UD GIS Coffee Hour Meeting

ArcGIS Pro presentation at the UD GIS Coffee Hour Meeting

UD GIS community is meeting every 2 months. The upcoming meeting, on August 9, 2016, will feature a presentation on ArcGIS Pro, presented by Esri. ArcGIS Pro is scheduled to completely replace ArcGIS Desktop in 2022. It’s time for us to start learning ArcGIS Pro! During the meeting we will also talk about licensing of ArcGIS Desktop at UD. All interested are welcome to the meeting! 

When: Tue, August 9, 10:00am – 11:30am
Where: Pearson Hall, room 304 (Studio C)
Description: Please contact olena@udel.edu directly if you would like to join via telephone/video conferencing.
Technical topic: ArcGIS Pro, presented by Esri
Other topics covered:
– ArcGIS products: licensing & cost to the UD community (Olena)
– Esri Virtual Campus courses (Olena)
– Open discussion
Coffee and donuts will be provided

Esri instructor-led training at UD – register NOW!

The State of Delaware has been working in conjunction with the University of Delaware to offer a unique training event for Esri/ArcGIS. There will be two classes held the week of August 15th-19th 2016 at the University of Delaware. These two classes will be full day classes with an Esri instructor from 8:30am-5pm. There are limited seats available and encourage you and your interested staff to send registration information as soon as possible to confirm you seat. All registrations must be received by the close of business Friday July 29th. Classes will be canceled if less than 10 people are registered and credit cards will not be charged until a week before the class begins.

For more information about this training see: http://sites.udel.edu/gis/esriinstructorled/

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