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Open Source GIS Workshop at Baruch

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    From Frank Donnelly:

    I’m running my GIS Practicum, Introduction to GIS Using Open Source Software (using QGIS), again this semester at the Baruch College Library. If you have colleagues or students that are interested please pass this info along. There are three, day-long sessions on Fridays: Feb 28th, Apr 4th, and May 2nd. Each session is identical. Advance registration is required, cost is $30 and includes a tutorial manual and light breakfast.

    – Eligible: All graduate students, faculty, and staff who are currently affiliated with CUNY

    – Not Eligible: Undergraduates (with the exception of Baruch students), Continuing Ed, alumni, and people not affiliated with CUNY

    For more information and to register:

    I’m also running one of my half-day sessions on spatial databases (using QGIS and Spatialite) on Fri Apr 11th, details and registration for that session are here:

    I’ve attached a flier that advertises both sessions. Hope your semester is off to a good start.

    Best wishes – Frank

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