mapping Archive

  • Intro to GIS Using Open Source Software

    The practicum is a day-long (9am to 4:30pm) event that takes place on a Friday. at Baruch Newman Library, 151 East 25th Street. For more information, go here: Participants will: Add data to GIS software and navigate a GIS interface Perform basic geoprocessing operations for […]

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  • Reflections on Mapping the (Queer) Personal Past

    The  Graduate Center Library and the Futures Initiative regret that this event has been canceled. We hope to reschedule very soon and will post details on once they are confirmed. On May 23rd 2008, a call for participants arrived in my inbox. It read: REQUEST […]

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  • Embedding and Mapping the Futures at CUNY

    (Déjà vu? This is a very slight reworking of a post from the Futures Initiative blog.) Mapping the Futures of Higher Education has an embedded librarian for its first course. This direct relationship with the Graduate Center library ensures that students in the course will have direct access […]

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  • Spring (mostly) Library Workshops

    Spring 2014 Graduate Center Library workshops cover a variety of strategies, tools, and methods in sessions co-hosted by OpenCUNY,  NYPL, LACUNY, and JustPublics@365. Additional events listed here include GC Digital Fellows workshops. Check the library calendar and GC Digital Fellows workshops for additions; email with questions. RSVP for location. […]

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  • Data for Social Justice: Mapping Data

    Data for Social Justice: Mapping Data

    This class will explore both free and subscription GIS resources that can be used to create compelling maps that advance social justice causes.

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