Loading…
This event has ended. View the official site or create your own event → Check it out
This event has ended. Create your own

Welcome to the technical sessions schedule for the 2015 Annual Fall NEARC Conference. 

NEW THIS YEAR!
 The technical schedule is capable of being sorted by date (i.e, Monday, Nov. 9) or track (i.e. USGS Hydro). You can also search for a presentation title (i.e. Harmonizing the NHD and WBD Datasets in Maine), key term (i.e. NHD), or presenter last name (i.e. O’Neil-Dunne). The sort and search functions can be found on the navigation panel on the right side of this page. If you hover over the "Schedule" button, you’ll also see different schedule view options (i.e. Grid or Simple). Try selecting each of them to see which view you prefer. 

MY SCHEDULE FEATURE: It is not required of you to create a Sched.org account to use this site but if you do so, you’ll be able to use the "My Schedule" feature which allows you to create your own schedule for the conference. Click the "Sign Up" button in the top right corner of this page to create a Sched.org account. 

MAIN NEARC WEBSITE: Click here to return to the main NEARC conference website for poster abstracts, GIS Educators Day schedule, and full conference schedule at-a-glance. 

View analytic
Monday, November 9 • 11:00am - 11:30am
Empowering the Masses with Self Service GIS

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule and see who's attending!

Cary Chadwick*, University of Connecticut Center for Land use Education and Research (CLEAR) Emily Wilson, University of Connecticut Center for Land use Education and Research (CLEAR) David Dickson, University of Connecticut Center for Land use Education and Research (CLEAR)

The world of mapping is wide open. The geospatial industry is now a diverse ecosystem where professional mapping can be done in hundreds of ways including proprietary, open source, desktop, cloud-based and on mobile devices. Everything is possible and yet, despite the new trend in “simple, clean and easy” map design, no approach is arguably simple, clean or really all that easy. At CLEAR, we often produce products and trainings focused on enabling geospatial neophytes to see the power of spatial technologies and use them, often in basic ways, to support their own projects and program needs. This talk will provide examples of the challenges we have encountered as we strive to provide simple mapping solutions to the masses amid a tangled web of ever evolving spatial technology. We hope to also include an opportunity for some open discussion about the future of self service GIS.

Speakers
avatar for Cary Chadwick

Cary Chadwick

UConn CLEAR
DD

David Dickson

UConn Center for Land Use Education and Research
avatar for Emily Wilson

Emily Wilson

Geospatial Educator, University of Connecticut, CLEAR



Monday November 9, 2015 11:00am - 11:30am
Lake Champlain B

Attendees (11)