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== Registration ==
 
== Registration ==
[https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeDf-tmG3WMefdk3aQKSG5axSSPshjb40sZptgO9s_ViQ8fGA/viewform Please register here]<br />
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REGISTRATION IS FULL.
This conference will be capped at 50 participants. The 51st registration and so on will be placed on a waiting list.
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Registration opened at 9am Jan 30, and we reached our maximum capacity of 50 before 5pm the same day!  We also have 15 people on a waiting list.
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We will explore options for increasing our capacity, including live-streaming or recording some sessions.
  
 
One goal of this conference it to build a stronger regional open-source GIS community. We will be facilitating a mentor-mentee program in which an experienced QGIS user will be matched with a beginner with similar interests.  You can sign up to be a mentor or mentee when you register.
 
One goal of this conference it to build a stronger regional open-source GIS community. We will be facilitating a mentor-mentee program in which an experienced QGIS user will be matched with a beginner with similar interests.  You can sign up to be a mentor or mentee when you register.

Revision as of 10:36, 10 February 2020

Date and location

Friday, April 3, 2020
Cornell University, Mann Library
Ithaca, NY 14853

Description

A full day of QGIS excitement, with a choice of workshops in the morning, and a series of presentations after lunch.

Tentative schedule:

 8:30am Registration
 9:00am Welcome
 9:30am Choice of QGIS workshops (beginner/advanced)
12:30pm Lunch
 1:30pm QGIS cartography
 2:00pm QGIS and mobile data collection
 2:30pm QGIS features and plugins ("Did you know...")
 3:00pm Panel: Questions and Answers
 followed by Mappy Hour

Registration

REGISTRATION IS FULL.

Registration opened at 9am Jan 30, and we reached our maximum capacity of 50 before 5pm the same day! We also have 15 people on a waiting list.

We will explore options for increasing our capacity, including live-streaming or recording some sessions.

One goal of this conference it to build a stronger regional open-source GIS community. We will be facilitating a mentor-mentee program in which an experienced QGIS user will be matched with a beginner with similar interests. You can sign up to be a mentor or mentee when you register.

Organizers

  • Keith Jenkins, Cornell University
  • Mickey Dietrich, Tug Hill Commission
  • Alaina Mallette, Tug Hill Commission
  • Frank Donnelly, Baruch College