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Map your spatial extent: A QGIS Workshop
April 6 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
It’s time to learn QGIS!
This 90-minute hands-on workshop will teach you the basics of QGIS while completing a fun little project to create a map of your personal spatial extent. Like a minimum bounding box for your travels!
We’ll cover data creation, QGIS basics, symbology, labels, projections, simple geoprocessing, and simple layouts.
- Wednesday, April 6th | 3:00pm – 4:30pm
- CSU Morgan Library Rm. 174
- Taught by Elizabeth Tulanowski, Geospatial Centroid Education Coordinator.
- Computers will be provided, or you can bring your own laptop (Mac or Windows) with QGIS 3.22 installed. Download QGIS from here.
How to register:
This workshop will be taught in-person only, but if there is interest we can repeat it as a remote workshop over the summer.
Who should attend:
Anyone with at least some GIS experience who wants to learn QGIS or hone their GIS skills in general.
What is QGIS?
QGIS is an open source desktop GIS software, comparable to ArcGIS Pro. It’s free, powerful, and can run on Windows or a Mac.