This year’s GIS Day / Geoweek events center around the benefits, challenges, and ethics of community mapping and participatory Geographic Information Science (GIS). These events will bring together scholarship on a variety of topics, including racial justice, environmental sustainability, surveillance, GIS pedagogy, queer and digital geographies, and more.
From November 4 to November 17, we're hosting a variety of opportunities for you to learn more about GIS, mapping, and spatial analysis, whether you're new to GIS or a seasoned practitioner. Unlike 2020, we're excited to be hosting the festivities in a blended format, with both in-person and virtual events as part of our festivities. We've got scavenger hunts, roundtables, lectures, workshops, and prize drawings!