This one-hour hands-on webinar will introduce you to Google Earth. The session will explore basic tasks for using Google Earth in planning. Topics will include finding places, moving around them, saving a location, viewing a site photo and capturing images for presentation. The subject matter is a compelling exploration of Washington DC with a discussion of the tool’s applicability to planning.
This one-hour hands-on webinar will guide you through the process of preparing a Google Earth presentation for a Planning Commission meeting. Topics will include locating site photographs, georeferencing a site plan, creating a project tour and preparing for your presentation.
This one-hour hands-on webinar will guide you through the process of using Google Earth Pro for planning analysis. Topics will include applying a GIS shape file to the terrain, coloring the legend for that layer, locating address points automatically, creating buildings, and thinking like a movie director.
This one-hour hands-on webinar will introduce you to the Suitability tool included in CommunityViz. The wizard-based tool identifies the best locations for various activities. Whether you wish to avoid hazards, calculate walkability, phase infrastructure or protect natural resources, Suitability offers a simpler way to integrate GIS into your analysis.
GIS Adjunct Instructor
· Spatial Modeling: Introduces the student to a variety of techniques for modeling and analyzing spatial data in a GIS. Includes geoprocessing, interpolation, raster grids, visualization, geostatistics, network analysis, scripts and geocoding. Custom class created with 14 projects using local, available data.
· Community Assessment: Investigation of decision-support tools for planning activities. Explores development patterns, suitability analysis, forecasting, impact calculations, custom modeling and visualization.
· 3D Analyst: Surveys techniques for modeling GIS in a 3D environment. Explores both visualization and analysis techniques. Uses ESRI (3D Analyst, ArcScene, ArcGlobe) and Google (Google Earth, KML and SketchUp) products. Guided students in creating 3D models depicting local landscapes.
· Spatial Hydrology: Exploration of ArcHydro, a surface water analysis extension for ArcGIS. Also surveys a range of water resource topics using GIS.
· Introduction to GIS using Maribeth Price’s Mastering ArcGIS.