A World of Opportunity
GIS can help us to understand “where”, as well as “why” and “how” in a broad range of fields. Esri technology provides a platform for students to develop the GIS skills necessary to succeed in the 21st century workforce.
The 4th biennial conference was held March 4-5, 2020, at Hart House, University of Toronto.
GIS Day November 18, 2020
Join this international day of spatial celebration. Learn more about GIS Day and register your event today.
Learn more about some of the tools available for use in education and research:
Build maps, conduct analyses, explore online content, and more – all from your desktop.
Build maps, conduct spatial analyses, explore online content – from anywhere on any device.
Manage and share your GIS assets within a class, a lab group, your institution or on the Web.
Explore data and perform advanced analytics such as spatial, statistical, predictive, and link analysis.
Create and share inspiring, immersive stories by combining text, interactive maps, and other multimedia content.
Use web and mobile apps to conduct demographic analysis and create maps and reports.
Explore GIS content from Esri and other organizations and combine it with your own data.
Rapidly design city-, regional-, and landscape-scale scenarios in a collaborative, iterative environment.
Create interactive and immersive 3D models of urban environments.