Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Day 2014


Location: Room 129, Center for Digital Scholarship, Hesburgh Library

GIS Day 2014

The workshops and sessions throughout the day highlight and celebrates the many ways that Geographic Information Systems (GIS) enhance and accelerate research across all academic disciplines across the Notre Dame campus. Wednesday, November 19th, at the Hesburgh Library in the Center for Digital Scholarship Classroom 129.

Attend one session or stay for the day. More information and registration, please visit:


Incorporating time in GIS -- 10a - 11a
Intro to GIS -- 11a - 12noon

Attention GIS Users -- Come join the GIS fun for lunch at noon. Lunch is complimentary. The registration deadline form lunch is Monday, November 17. To get an accurate count for lunch, please register for lunch at: This year's lightning talks will feature GIS users from around campus and how they use GIS resources in their research. Audience: graduate students and faculty,
advanced GIS users

GIS DEMOS -- 2p - 3p
Following lunch and the lightning talks, learn how to use 3D printing in GIS, LIDAR for surface modeling and using ArcGIS Online on campus during the GIS Demonstrations.

After the GIS Demonstrations, Milan Budhathoki and Matthew Sisk will be available for GIS consultations and will help you use the large format map printing and scanner. SCAN AND PRINT FOR FREE your large-format GIS related map or GIS project poster in the Center for Digital Scholarship on GIS Day!

GISday is cosponsored by the Center for Research Computing (CRC) and the Hesburgh Libraries Center for Digital Scholarship (CDS). Sessions are presented by Matthew L. Sisk, Postdoctoral fellow in GIS and data management services (CDS) and Milan Budhathoki, GIS Specialist (CRC).

View the event flyer (2MB pdf).