The University of Arizona Library Workshop on Open-Source and QGIS

The University of Arizona Library will be holding a two-hour workshop introducing the open-source GIS software QGIS. If you’d like to attend, please respond in the link below.  We hope to see you there!
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Introduction to QGIS – Friday April 21st, 2pm to 4pm
QGIS is the leading open-source GIS desktop software platform available for Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems.  Used around the world, this fully featured, robust desktop software package provides a host of features and capabilities to help you in analysis and in creating maps. In this two-hour sessions, we will introduce QGIS, its layout, and capabilities, and walk through some common GIS tasks.  For this workshop, it is requested that users bring their own laptop with QGIS already installed.  The installation software can be downloaded at the link below.

This workshop will be held in the Main Library, Room 313

    Ben Hickson
    Geospatial Specialist
    Office of Digital Innovation and Stewardship
    University of Arizona Library