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GIS class at City College of San Francisco

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  • Asha Agrawal
    ... The GIS Education Center at City College of San Francisco is offering a workshop titled GIS and the Urban Environment, taught by Rick Kos, a GIS Lecturer
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 13, 2009
      ----- Forwarded by Asha Agrawal/SJSU on 04/13/2009 08:48 AM -----

      The GIS Education Center at City College of San Francisco is offering a
      workshop titled "GIS and the Urban Environment," taught by Rick Kos, a GIS
      Lecturer at San Jose State University. Details are below:


      This three week workshop focuses on the applications of GIS for the study
      of urban systems and will include transportation analysis using regional
      public transit data, demographic analysis using United States Census data,
      and land use planning using geospatial data acquired from Bay Area
      municipalities. Students taking the workshop will be divided into two
      groups. For those students new to GIS, step-by-step tutorials will be
      provided that will introduce you to ESRI?s ArcGIS software and its use for
      analysis of urban land use scenarios. For those students with recent GIS
      background, more advanced exercises will be provided which will focus on
      team-based problem-solving using current geospatial data acquired from
      local urban planning agencies.


      The workshop will be held at the Downtown (4th Street) campus between 9:30
      - 11:30 a.m. on April 18, April 25 and May 2.



      The workshop is very cost-effective: $110 ($100 with early enrollment).
      Here is a link you can use to register:

      http://www.ccsfgis.org/index.php/Services/Workshops.html#gue09


      I hope to see you there! Please feel free to email me if you have any
      questions about the workshop.

      - Rick Kos (rickkos@...)

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