Like making maps? Want to make them look great?
This workshop will focus on strategies and techniques to improve your cartography. Learn to use both ArcGIS and Adobe Design Suite to make better maps!
Who should attend:
Suitable for beginning and advanced ArcGIS users from any discipline.
Please bring your own laptop with ArcGIS Desktop (ArcMap) and Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator installed.
Laptops can be checked out from the Library, but please arrive at least 30 minutes early to account for software installation time, or check it out the day before. If you need assistance with software installation please reach out to Glenn Ingram, Geospatial Program Assistant here.
Philip Stoker is an Assistant Professor of Planning and Landscape Architecture in the College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture. Philip holds a Ph.D. in Metropolitan Planning, Policy, and Design from the University of Utah where he completed his thesis on urban water use and sustainability. His academic foundations are in ecology, planning, and natural resource management. He has conducted environmental and social science research internationally, including work with the World Health Organization, Parks Canada, the National Park Service and the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games.
Philip has expertise in urban water demand and the integration of land use planning with water management. His research on urban water demand has focused on how land cover, built environmental characteristics, social conditions, and demographics all interact to influence water use in Western U.S. cities. He is also conducting research on how land use planning can be better integrated with water management in order to achieve more sustainable urban water management. Philip teaches Introduction to GIS, Environmental Spatial Analysis, Sustainable Development, and Sustainable Cities in CAPLA.
About the Data Cooperative:
The Data Cooperative is Library-based hub of data support services and resources for the UA faculty, staff, and student community. We aim to help individuals build capacity and foster interdisciplinary connections to solve research problems relating to data management, data science, visualization, and geospatial applications.
Examples of student-created maps:
Related LibGuide: GIS & Geospatial Data by Kiri Carini
- Friday, October 8, 2021
- 9:00am - 12:00pm
- Main B201 - Data Studio CATalyst
- Research Engagement