GIS Day 2021 @ NU: Visualizing Disparities, Advancing Social Justice
The Zoom Link will be emailed to you via a reminder 2 days before the event and via RDS a day before the event. If you haven't received the email, please contact RDS at Library-RDS@northeastern.edu
Program Outlines and details can be found at: https://arcg.is/1qO4vi0
Keynote: 10am-11am ET: Susan H. Kamei
Poster / StoryMap Competition: 11:15am- 11:45pm ET
Crowdsourcing: 12 pm-1 pm ET
Mapathon: 1:30 pm- 3:00 pm ET
Call for posters/storymap is on! Please check out the Poster Competition detail at: NU GIS Day 2021 Poster Competition
Register here to celebrate GIS Day 2021 on Wednesday November 17 at Northeastern University!
Join Northeastern University Library and the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs for a day of interactive keynote addresses, poster presentations, and crowdsourcing data collection to measure the living cost in NU's neighborhood, as well as a mapathon to address issues of equity and social justice. This event will be sponsored by NULab for Texts, Maps and Networks and Spatial-Relationships LLC, and will be conducted in hybrid mode. The online event will be open to the public and the in-person portion will be available to NU’s community (light refreshments will be provided to go).
The detail program schedule is also available at https://subjectguides.lib.neu.edu/gis/gisday.
If you are a Northeastern community member, feel free to stop by Sl-422 (Snell Library 4th floor) to attend the event using the library facilities.
Related LibGuide: Geographical Information System (GIS)
- Wednesday, November 17, 2021
- 10:00am - 3:30pm