This guide provides a centralized link to data and resources available to University of Arizona faculty, staff, and students, as well as for the public. If you have any questions or special request for data, help with your GIS, or maps please use the contact links for library personnel on the left side of the page.
Ben Hickson with the UA Library will be hosting drop-in hours every second Thursday in the iSpace Lab beginning April 6th. Drop on by from 9 to 11am to learn more about GIS, get help with your GIS projects, or just to talk shop.
The iSpace Lab is located in the Scienec and Engineering Library, Room 212:
As part of “Culture Craft Saturdays,” on March 11th, UA GIST faculty, students, and alumni will be hosting March Map-ness from 11 AM – 3 PM at the Arizona State Museum. This event is being held in conjunction with the museum’s open house and UA’s book fair. The event will focus on fun, family-friendly mapping activities and orienteering games using your cell phone.
Learn how to create and share GIS web applications that can help you tell the story within your work. Using the suite of tools available to you in ArcGIS Online, the Story Maps workshop will walk you through the process of creating an informative and structured Story Map application using both web maps and supplementary photos and text.
Workshop materials can be found here: https://arizona.box.com/v/StoryMapsSpring2017