GIS Certificate at Rio Hondo College

GIS Fall Semester classes starts August 21st 
Pursue your GIS Certificate at Rio Hondo College.  Registration starts next week.  Apply for admission and register for classes entirely online.

Fall semester classes include two Introduction to GIS (GIS 120) courses including one located off site at the LA County Department of Public Works (DPW) at 900 S Fremont Ave, Alhambra.  Also offered is Cartography (GIS 221) and Intermediate GIS (GIS 220).

For more information visit http://riohondo.isteaching.com/fall-semester-2017.html or contact Prof Warren Roberts gisteacher@gmail.com .

New Leaflet.js/Turf.js Course

Hello everyone,

I wanted to let you know that I released a new course on Udemy called “Display and Analyze your GIS data on the web with Leaflet.js”

This course has almost 13 hours of content on programming client-side applications with Leaflet and Turf.js.  I believe it is by far the most comprehensive educational material available on Leaflet.js web mapping.

Other than the cost of the course (Now 50% off, $50 total) there are no costs using this method. It uses all open source material. Learn more or sign up at
https://www.udemy.com/display-and-analyze-gis-data-on-the-web/?couponCode=MAILING

Thanks,
Mike Miller
http://www.millermountain.com/

 

Spatial @ UCSB Conference

The Center for Spatial Studies at UCSB will be hosting its annual spatial@local2017 Poster and Plenary Session at Corwin Pavilion on Thursday, June 8, 2017.

This year the theme is Environmental Conflict Resolution in the Santa Barbara Channel and will feature speakers from NCEAS and the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary.

You can participate in this event, either as poster submitters, or as attendees to the plenary and viewers of the posters. Although the session has a theme, posters on any topic that addresses spatial analysis will be accepted.

For more info and to RSVP, click here.

SCAG/ESRI Story Maps Student Challenge

Calling all students! The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) is currently accepting abstracts for a student showcase at our annual Regional Conference and General Assembly on May 4 and 5 in Palm Desert. SCAG is looking for outstanding student work in two categories: sustainability planning posters and ESRI Story Maps using SCAG data. Continue reading