Getting Started with GIS: A LITA Guide (LITA Guide)
200 pages • 6 x 9
Year Published: 2011
GIS technology has evolved into a multidisciplinary research and social tool used by everyone. Dodsworth introduces spatial literacy, online mapping programs, desktop GIS software programs and geospatial data. Written as a primer for librarians without previous GIS experience, it includes several hands-on activities that show you how to bring GIS to your library, along with examples of how to apply it in the real world. You'll become proficient in mapping technology and learn to work with several GIS tools used by communities, academics and business leaders today.
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