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Information on using GIS and finding GIS data at vanderbilt.
Last Updated: Jun 25, 2014 URL: http://researchguides.library.vanderbilt.edu/gis Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Getting Started with GIS

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Check out the GIS Tutorial workbook from the Peabody Library!

 G70.212 .G742 2011

Online:

Use an online training course from ESRI. Start with the basics in 'Learning GIS Desktop' or Choose a course from the website. Once you decide to take a course, simply request a keycode for it and you will recieve an email with a code that will give you free access to that course.

In Person:

Contact Lindsey Langsdon Fox to schedule an appointment and take advantage of hands on training for GIS in the Library.

 

GIS Services at Vanderbilt

The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) service in the Vanderbilt Library connects students, faculty, and staff with GIS data, services, and information. The GIS service at Vanderbilt also helps with developing methodology for integrating GIS concepts into research of faculty, staff, and students.  Additionally, we are a Census Information Center and help connect our community to U.S. Census Data.

 

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GIS Coordinator

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Lindsey Langsdon Fox
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615.343.7542
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GIS

Librarian

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Richard Stringer-Hye
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Science & Engineering Library
Stevenson Center 3218
(615) 343-4395
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