The Intermediate GIS course will build upon the theories discussed in the Introduction to GIS course, and will also focus on more of the technical aspects of GIS. The course will teach you how to operate more advanced functions of the ArcGIS ArcInfo software products for use in mapping and analysis.
Dates: August 18th-20th
• ArcGIS 10.2.1 Overview of ArcMap, ArcCatalog, ArcToolbox
• Georeferencing & Spatial Adjustment
• Advanced Geodatabases
• Advanced Selections & Queries
• Spatial Analysis: Density Mapping & Pattern Analysis
• Spatial Statistics
Instructor: Erica McMaster
Erica McMaster is a Senior GIS Project Manager at Washington College. She has over ten years of experience in GIS and ESRI software products, and is a certified GIS Professional through the GIS Certification Institute. Erica earned her Bachelor of Science in Geography from Salisbury University and her Master of Science in Geography from University of Delaware. Erica has worked on projects related to image processing and manipulation, environmental studies, urban planning, and 3D scanning and visualization. Currently, Erica manages crime projects under the Governor’s Office of Crime Control & Prevention (GOCCP) grant and traffic projects under the Maryland Highway Safety Office grant. She is also a Lecturer in Anthropology at Washington College, teaching both the Introduction to GIS and Intermediate GIS courses.