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The SLU Libraries GIS Program supports GIS across the curriculum with help for faculty, staff and students. We provide one-on-one instruction, class instruction, technical support, and help with the use of GIS in research design.

We are also able to identify spatial data sources for use in research or class projects. The GIS staff is available Monday thru Friday 8:30 - 4:30 to instruct students and faculty in the use of GIS and GPS. Student GIS Technicians are available for technical support Sun – Thurs evenings in the Eleberty Spatial Analysis Lab.

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What is GIS?

GIS is a method of using computer systems to collect, organize, manipulate and display geographic data to answer questions about the world. It is a system designed to combine many different types of geographic features and analyze the relationships between them in a single framework. 

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On Saturday, October 28, 2006 the Spatial Analysis Lab in Launders Science Library was dedicated in memory of William T. Elberty Jr., Professor Emeritus of Geology and Geography from 1958 to 1999.

Bill Elberty
Plaque
Elberty Family

Michael O’Connor, Dr. Jeff Chiarenzelli, Carol Cady

Methods

Field Work

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Useful Links

Data Sources for New York State

 

Cornell University's Geospatial Information Repository
"CUGIR is an active online repository providing geospatial data and metadata for New York State, with special emphasis on those natural features relevant to agriculture, ecology, natural resources, and human-environment interactions."

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The Elberty Spatial Analysis Lab has both professional and recreational grade units for loan.  Units may be reserved for classes or individual use.  Priority is given to instruction and research purposes.

Please contact Carol Cady for reservations and instruction

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ArcGIS Online - St. Lawrence University GIS Program

  • Use this ⇑ link to Sign In with your University Account (email and pasword)

Other ArcGIS Links:

 

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GIS Program Contacts

GIS Staff - available Mon. - Fri. 8:30 - 4:30.

Carol Cady
GIS Specialist/Map Librarian
Madill Hall 314
Launders Science Library
315-229-5824
ccady@stlawu.edu


GIS/GPS Technician
Madill Hall 312
Launders Science Library
315-229-5489
 

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