FOGLER LIBRARY NEWS SERVICE
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-- Wednesday, November 5, 2003--
A. Computer Mapping Workshops Scheduled for Rest of Fall Semester
A. Collaborative Media Lab in Library
A. COMPUTER MAPPING WORKSHOPS SCHEDULED FOR REST OF FALL SEMESTER
Cm1. GIS for Everybody. Wed., 19 Nov., 4:30-7:30 p.m.
Basic instruction for ArcView 3.3 software, and DeLorme Topo USA 4.0
Cm2. Scanning and Digitizing Maps. Tues., 11 Nov., 9:00 a.m. - Noon
Conversion of maps from paper or microfiche to computer-readable
Cm3. Converting GIS Data Formats. Thurs. 20 Nov., 2:00-5:00 p.m.
Transforming other proprietary formats for use in ArcView.
Cm4. Adding your GPS Layer to a Digital Map. Wed., 3 Dec., 9:00 a.m.-Noon
Overlaying your GPS data onto a topographic map layer.
Cm6. GIS Immersion Workshop Sat., 6 Dec., 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
The whole sequence in a single day, for those who cannot take the
individual weekday workshops one at a time.
The instructor is Frank Wihbey, Head, Government Documents and Microforms.
Fees are $10 each for the 3-hour workshops, $50 for the all-day workshop.
All will be held in the Fogler Library Computer Classroom, first floor, and
offer some hands-on experience. To register please contact Gretchen Gfeller,
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 581-1696.
A. COLLABORATIVE MEDIA LAB IN LIBRARY
Fogler library will provide space for a Collaborative Media Lab. It will be
located in a portion of the space occupied by the computer cluster on the
ground floor of the Library. It will provide an open, welcoming environment
dedicated to interdisciplinary, collaborative activities that emphasize
high-end multimedia functions, and enable faculty, staff, and students to
incorporate new media skills and concepts into their respective activities.
The construction will take place during Break with the anticipated opening
of the lab for use in the spring semester.
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