The NYS GIS Association
The NYS GIS Association represents the interests of the entire geospatial community within New York and is the premier statewide professional organization for GIS and related industries. The Association is uniquely positioned to advocate in the state and nationally on issues of importance to the GIS industry (e.g., legislation and funding), reach out to sister organizations in other professions in building strong collaborations, and provide a statewide forum for advancing our profession through shared experiences, learning and training. Downloadable brochure (PDF).
Professional Development – Webinars
Crafting Effective Visual Presentations
Date: May 3, 2017 — Time: 11am – 12pm Register here.
Join the New York State GIS Association for a webinar on creating effective visual presentations from the perspective of an expert in communication studies. Dr. Tracy Marafiote of the Department of Communication at SUNY Fredonia will share with us best practices for delivering a presentation using slides, including some of the basics, adapting to particular audiences, and how to both create effective slides and deliver them to advantage. Whether you are an experienced presenter or getting into the swing of presenting with slides, Tracy has some tried and true dos and don’ts.
For Dr. Marafiote’s bio, see the full web post.
NYGeoCon2017 Oct. 17 – 19. SAVE THE DATE
What: 2017 NYGeoCon
When: October 17-19, 2017
Where: Convention Center in Lake Placid, NY
How to Register: Registration will open in the Summer of 2017!
Sponsor Information: Brochure
More information: Website
What is NYGeoCon?
For over 30 years Geospatial Professionals from throughout New York State and surrounding regions have been gathering to network, share and discover the latest in GIS and related technology. NYGeoCon is the premier New York State GIS conference. It occurs only once every two years and provides an opportunity for you to obtain training, see timely presentations, attend workshops and find out what your peers are doing.
The NYS GIS Association is pleased to announce that we have received a generous $10,000 grant from the Fund For the City of New York to determine the GIS needs and resources in local government throughout New York State. We look forward to furthering our mission to support development of GIS throughout New York State by embarking on this new endeavor.
Please see the Emerging GIS Resources page and check back often as we will be adding new content. Second video added January 2016. If you'd like more information please contact Mickey Dietrich at firstname.lastname@example.org
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New and Improved Store Available NOW
As many of your know we have been offering NYS GIS Association merchandise. We’ve gotten many positive responses as we’ve displayed the merchandise throughout the state. To better serve you we have improved our store by moving to a different company. Check out the new webstore.
New jobs have been added to the NYS GIS Association website. Visit the GIS Job Postings page to view GIS jobs. The NYS GIS Association is your source for GIS jobs in NYS!read more
Join the New York State GIS Association for a webinar on creating effective visual presentations from the perspective of an expert in communication studies. Date: May 3, 2017 -- Time: 11am - 12pm Register here. Abstract: Dr. Tracy Marafiote of the Department of...read more
Good afternoon, In my new role as the State Geographic Information Officer (GIO), I want to take a moment to express my appreciation for all of the hard work and collaboration which goes on across the State in our GIS community. With the help of the Geospatial...read more
Are you a user of the NYS Civil Boundaries data or do you plan to use the data in the future? Make sure to check out the announcement regarding updates to the data and the availability of a web service! Dear users of the NYS Civil Boundaries data: The...read more
Tripp Corbin is once again conducting his annual GIS Certification survey. He has been doing this for the last four years to try and get a handle on the adoption level of certification within the GIS industry. Tripp requests that if you have a couple minutes please...read more
Margins of error (MOE) are provided for every American Community Survey (ACS) estimate. In this webinar, we will explain MOEs, and why they are important. The webinar also will cover how to use MOEs for statistical testing, a demonstration of the statistical testing...read more