BOZEMAN, Mont./EWORLDWIRE/July 19, 2011 --- The KnowGIS 10 Training Series is available for learning and knowing ArcGIS Desktop Software. This innovative, humorous, effective and creative training course for learning ArcGIS Desktop provides the groundwork for becoming a productive ArcGIS Desktop user.
"We are pleased to announce the release of KnowGIS 10, the collections of 12 innovative and powerful tutorials encompassing over 16 hours of material, so that every ArcGIS Desktop user can learn and understand the key components of this wonderful and power software by ESRI," stated trainer Jere Folgert.
The KnowGIS course provides participants with an understanding of the essential principles and elements of ArcGIS Desktop software and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). The course includes over 16 hours of material, 12 primary tutorials, and relevant project data.
Using the KnowGIS course, participants learn how to use ArcMap, ArcCatalog and ArcToolbox, and explore how these applications work in concert to organize, display, analyze, and present geographic information assets. This course covers GIS concepts as well as specific components and tools in the ArcView license of ArcGIS Desktop. Participants learn how to:
- Organize spatial data
- Query a GIS database
- Perform selections
- Edit and modify spatial data
- Update attribute tables
- Perform calculations using the field calculator
- Design and develop a File Geodatabase
- Register and rectify raster images
- Transform vector data
- Project spatial data
- Create maps and charts
- Generate reports
- Explore spatial analysis
The course is taught by Mr. Jere P. Folgert. Folgert has over 21 years of GIS experience, has a masters of science degree in GIS from the University of Edinburgh, U.K., became an ESRI Certified instructor in 1999, and is the recipient of the National Science Foundation (NSF) Award: Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Award.
Using the KnowGIS course, participants learn how to use ArcMap, ArcCatalog, and ArcToolbox, and explore how these applications work in concert to organize, display, analyze, and present geographic information assets. This course covers GIS concepts as well as specific components and tools in the ArcView license of ArcGIS Desktop. Participants learn how to organize spatial data, query a GIS database, perform selections, edit and modify spatial data, update attribute tables, perform calculations using the field calculator, design and develop a File Geodatabase, register and rectify raster images, transform vector data, project spatial data, create maps and charts, generate reports, and explore spatial analysis.
Visit GlobalPositions.com ( http://www.globalpositions.com) to view course details and get information.
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PO Box 6056
Bozeman, MT 59771
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