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QGIS NY 2020: Getting Started with QGIS Friday May 15th 10am

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    Frank Donnelly

    Hello everyone,

    In-lieu of a conference that we had planned at Cornell in April, we\’re running an intro to QGIS webinar this Friday May 15 from 10am-11am via Zoom. The intended audience are NY state and local government GIS practitioners, as well as Cornell and CUNY / SUNY students and professors who have some familiarity with GIS but wanted to learn more about open source options like QGIS. Details and a link to register are below, anyone is welcome to attend.

    Best – Frank

    Frank Donnelly | Geospatial Data Librarian | Baruch CUNY


    Do you want to learn more about QGIS, the free and open source software for mapping and geospatial analysts? This one-hour webinar will present several quick demos to help you get started with QGIS, followed by a panel Q&A, including special guest Kurt Menke, the author of several books about QGIS.

    QGIS NY 2020: Getting Started with QGIS
    Friday, May 15 at 10:00am

    Please register in advance to get the webinar link:

    QGIS NY 2020 Planning Committee:

    Mickey Dietrich, Tug Hill Commission
    Alaina Mallette, Tug Hill Commission
    Keith Jenkins, Cornell University
    Frank Donnelly, Baruch College
    Ryan Lennon, Baruch College

    This topic was also posted in: GIS Working Group.
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