||The presenters will pose the question:
Does a growing number of GIS users necessarily mean more poorly designed maps?|
This will be addressed by:
The delegates will have the opportunity to bring along their own maps for an expert critique on their map design.
- outlining the principles of map design,
- discussing the online resources available to help GIS users produce cartographic products
- demonstrating how to make the most of ArcGIS Online from a cartographic perspective.
While GIS has revolutionised the way people use geographical data, for many, the process of turning these data into meaningful information is either elusive, too time-consuming, or both. This workshop will examine the value of incorporating good cartographic design in your workflow and demonstrate a range of practical ways to improve the quality of maps in your GIS.
Rob Sharpe, Training and Education Services Manager, Esri UK
Dr Ken Field, Senior Cartographic Product Engineer, Esri Inc
Dr Alexander Kent, Senior Lecturer, Canterbury Christ Church University
Tuesday 3rd September, 13:00 – 17:00
Early Bird Cost £62.50 + VAT (after June 6th, cost £78.00 + VAT)
Delegate fees include lunch, refreshments and the opportunity to stay to the opening of the commercial exhibition, wine reception and Helen Wallis lecture being given by Nick Millea Map Librarian, Bodleian Library commencing at 17:15
Register on online using the links above or downloading the booking form