Have you ever created a SurveyMonkey or Google Form to conduct a survey for teaching or research purposes? Wouldn’t it be great if you could map and spatially analyze your survey results? You can!
Join Geographer and Educator Joseph Kerski at the Fondren GIS@SMU lab, in an exciting hands-on session as we explore how you can easily create surveys of a specific population or in a crowdsourced citizen science environment, and map and analyze your results using web based Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and a 3-step tool called Survey123. Also explore how you can create multimedia storymaps from your survey results, share it with your community or with everyone, and add additional maps and data for further analysis.
Interested but can't come at this time? SMU Libraries offers the Request a Workshop service to meet the needs of your class, writing group, department, or student organization. Schedule a convenient time and location that works for you by choosing from a list of possible topics or requesting a custom session.
Presented by Joseph Kerski from ESRI Education
- Wednesday, September 19, 2018
- 3:00pm - 5:00pm
- Fondren Library Red 109
- Fondren Library