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Instruction at the University Libraries

GIS Research and Map Collection Instruction

The GIS Research and Map Collection offers instruction on using GIS software, locating data sets, creating custom maps, and more. 

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Contact Melissa Gentry for instruction related to map-reading, creating custom maps for the elementary and secondary school classroom, creating maps as artwork, and researching current topical maps as rhetorical visual aids in papers, projects, exhibits, and historical studies.

Contact Angela Gibson for instruction related to GIS, including basic GIS research methods, using popular GIS software (ArcMap, ArcGIS Pro, ESRI Story Maps, and QGIS), locating and creating GIS datasets, and the use of GIS in digital humanities projects. 

Or, complete the GIS Research and Map Collection instruction request form to set up an instruction session.