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Courses


Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS)

Geography

Urban Planning
  UBPL 710- Introduction to Housing Policy (Instructor, Kirk McClure)
  UBPL 716- Community and Neighborhood Revitalization (Instructor, Daniel Serda)
  UBPL 756- Advanced Seminar in Urban Transportation Planning (Staff): Apply GIS to transportation modeling using the TransCad software to forecast future transportation conditions for a local municipality.
  UBPL 802- GIS Applications for Design and Planning (Donna Luckey, Instructor): Explore a GIS applications at different scales using projects in architecture, site planning, environmental planning, urban analysis and regional analysis.

Workshops

Upcoming GIS and Statistical Workshops
GIS Workshops are listed under Data Analysis and Statistics.

Training Resources

Online GIS Tutorials are freely available to KU students, staff and faculty. See a list of courses and contacts for registration.

Hands-On Assistance:
Please contact Rhonda Houser (rhouser@ku.edu or 864-1238) or Xan Wedel (xan@ku.edu or 864-9111).

Teaching Resources

Sample Lessons: Using GIS in the Classroom - ESRI
Geography Lesson Plans - National Geographic Xpeditions
GIS Course Materials - Rocky Mountain Mapping Center and Sinte Gleska University
GIS Tutorials and Instruction Sets : Step-by-step instructions for specific tasks- University of Alberta





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