GISday 2015 at Elizabeth Dafoe Library
Elizabeth Dafoe Library will host a GISday (Geographic Information Systems) and brownbag lunch on Wednesday, Nov. 18. “Mapping Change Over Time” will feature 14 speakers from organizations across Winnipeg, along with several U of M students.
Victoria Grima, University of Manitoba
GIS Tools for Traditional Knowledge Keepers
Chris Green, Winnipeg Regional Health Authority
Using GIS to Address Emerging Public Health Issues Through Place Based Analyses
Jacques Marcoux & Inayat Singh, CBC Manitoba & Winnipeg Free Press
Mapping and Data in Journalism
Jim Silver & Darren Lezubski, University of Winnipeg & UltraInsights
Neighbourhood Population Change: Winnipeg’s Inner City
Claire Herbert, University of Manitoba
Lake Winnipeg Basin Data Network
All sessions take place in Archives & Special Collections, 3rd floor, Elizabeth Dafoe Library.
For more information, and to register, see: