Websites About GIS
The websites in this category explain what GIS is and how it is used. Online resources that provide forums for GIS users to communicate and share information are also provided.
Redlands-based Esri has donated free ArcGIS Online (AGO) Organizational accounts to all K-12 schools in the United States. Here’s an outline for getting started with a K-12 AGO Organizational Account. URL to this page: http://SpatialStudies.redlands.edu/resources/a-guide-to-esris-connected-web-page/ Read a Redlands Daily Facts story about the donation: http://www.redlandsdailyfacts.com/social-affairs/20140527/redlands-esri-pledges-1-billion-in-software-donation-to-k-12-schools. Review information about how what ArcGIS Online is and how […]
GISGeography.com is a website about Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Geography. Find data & analysis tools, learn about GIS fundamentals and remote sensing, and see what company’s are looking for GIS professionals in your area. Visit GISGeography
As a faculty member, student, or other employee at the University of Redlands, you are entitled to a vast array of GIS training classes at no charge provided by Esri (the Redlands-based company behind ArcGIS). Specifically, you may access any of the web courses in Esri’s Training Catalog. Click here to see a full list of […]
ESRI designs and develops the world’s leading geographic information system (GIS) technology. Data from ESRI is available as Online Services, data cd’s, downloadable free data, and premium data packages. ESRI also provides training, technical support, and professional services. Visit ESRI.
GIS Lounge is a GIS information portal. The purpose of this site is to provide introductory text for issues relating to GIS as well as pointers to further information. This site is a hodge-podge of resources including GIS events, jobs, documents and articles, as well as a collection of data links. Visit GIS Lounge.
The GeoCommunity™ is a site for GIS, CAD, and mapping professionals and students to find news, articles, jobs, and events. The GeoCommunity also hosts the GIS Data Depot where you can download or purchase data at both state and county levels including DEM’s, DRG’s, and DOQQ’s. Visit The GeoCommunity.