This roundtable conversation is an opportunity for a free-ranging discussion with other geographic information system (GIS) users in the cultural resource management field. Review changes in the industry and updates in the ArcGIS platform. Pose questions to baffling issues and contribute a case study or story map. Learn about the latest GIS tools, new data portals, and upcoming technologies with potential connections to GIS. Consider ways to work more effectively with non-GIS users and promote the use of GIS.
Participants will receive logistics information by email on how to access the webinar using the Zoom meeting format at least a week prior to the training.
Participants will be invited to submit case studies, story maps, and questions in advance.
- Understand the methodology
- Encourage best practices
- Working more effectively with non-GIS users
- Promoting GIS to the cultural resource management field
- Highlights from the industry
- Updates in the ArcGIS platform
- New GIS tools and data portals
- Upcoming technologies and potential connections with GIS
- Cultural resource management applications: case studies
- Story maps: examples
- Overview of related NPI GIS courses
Basic/advanced understanding of GIS technology; regular GIS system user
NPI Welcome Letter
Archaeologists; architectural historians; planners; preservation architects and landscape architects;
Community leaders; contractors, consultants, and project managers; cultural and natural resource managers responsible for compliance requirements;
Facility managers of historic properties; national, statewide, and local preservation and land management organization members and staff
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Access to registration for additional webinars on GIS for Cultural Resources: Roundtable Conversation will be available closer to the date of each event. Dates for upcoming sessions in 2022 will be posted soon!
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