Mapping your State and Community


Ok, so you’ve heard us talk about GIS (Geographic Information Systems) before on this blog. A LOT.

But let’s be honest: Chances are you’ve probably never actually used a GIS to analyze geographic data and make maps. Most casual geography buffs don’t have their own license for a GIS software package such as ArcGIS, which is usually purchased by businesses or universities. And if you’re not a classroom teacher, then you’ve probably never used AEJEE, either, a free GIS “lite” program for educators and students.

Well, now’s your chance to give GIS a shot!

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