The New York State GIS Association invites you to attend our upcoming webinars! You have three chances over three weeks to attend a FREE webinar! Join us on
Jan 23, Jan 30, and Feb 6!
UPDATE: The Digging Into Census ACS Data webinar has been cancelled.
Date: Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019 — Time: 12pm-1pm Abstract: David J. Kraiker plans to highlight the difference between the Decennial Census and the American Community Survey, how to find the data, look at tables, and create choropleth maps and download shapefiles in the Census Portal. Register now – https://nysgisa.clickmeeting.com/digging-into-census-acs-data/register
Date: Wednesday, January 30th, 2019 — Time: 12pm-1pm
Abstract: Steven Romalewski will present on CUNY Mapping Service’s work with civil rights groups and other census advocates across the country to provide maps and spatial analysis to help prioritize local 2020 Census outreach and education efforts focused on “hard to count” populations .
Date: Wednesday, February 6th, 2019 — Time: 12pm-1pm
Abstract: Chris Whong plans to share the approach of the NYC Planning Labs in building the next generation of mapping applications using open source spatial tools.
The $10 per year dues helps us bring you these free webinars as well as other training and conferences and much more. If you are already a member, thank you! Please remember to renew your membership as soon as possible if you have not already done so.
Thank you for your consideration and participation!
Professional Development Committee, NYS GIS Association