Upcoming UD GIS Coffee Hour Meeting

Presentation: New ArcGIS apps: ArcGIS Pro and Insights for ArcGIS, Geri Miller, Esri (Philadelphia, PA)

Date: Tue October 10, 2017  |  Time: 10:00 to 11:30 am
Location: Pearson Hall, Faculty Commons

Welcome to GIS at UD!

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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WEBINAR – ICPSR: a data resource for papers, research and more

Join us on Thursday, January 28, 2021, 11am-12pm EST to learn how ICPSR (Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research) can help you reach your research, education, and teaching goals! As a member of the University of Delaware community, you have access to research data from over 15,000 studies representing the arts, criminal justice, education, health and health care, and other topics of interest in the social, behavioral, and economic sciences (broadly defined). In the Webinar, you will learn search strategies for finding the data you need and be introduced to additional resources available for using data in teaching — including a special home for student-created data — and meeting data sharing requirements.

Title: ICPSR: a data resource for papers, research and more
Presenter: Lynette Hoelter, Ph.D., Associate Archivist and Dir., Instructional Resources and National Archive of Data on Arts and Culture (NADAC), ICPSR, University of Michigan
Date: January 28, 2021
Time: 11am – 12pm EST


February 9th : Coffee Hour!

On Tuesday, February 9th , from 10am-11:30am, UD GIS will host a coffee hour via Zoom.

The Zoom link will become active on the day of the meeting.


– GIS presentation by Eric Wagner (see details below)
– Upcoming events
Roundtable discussion


Title: ArcGIS Field Maps

Description:  ArcGIS Field Maps is the latest addition to the Esri suite of mobile applications. In its first release, Field Maps combines the functionality of ArcGIS Explorer, Collector, and Tracker into one app, and future iterations will include ArcGIS Workforce and Navigator. But this app introduces new capabilities as well. Maps used by those in the field are now configurable through a web app, making it easier for administrators to manage content used by others. Additionally, smart forms can be built into the mobile app to make attribute collection more efficient and logical. This presentation will dive into: (1) what ArcGIS Field Maps is and how it came to be, (2) how it is used by those in the field, (3) and how managers in the office can quickly configure maps for field workers.




Eric Wagner
Solution Engineer

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