|Baton Rouge Community College|
BRCC Hosts GIS Day Event
Baton Rouge Community College will host a day of activities in celebration of Geographic Information System Day (GIS).
This educational event will be held Wednesday, Nov. 16th, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., on the 1st floor lobby of the Cypress Building.
GIS Day is held each year on the Wednesday of the National Geographic Society’s Geographic Awareness Week. This is a global event to raise awareness of geographic information system technology and the important contributions it makes in the fields of science, technology, information, and humanities.
GIS is present in our lives daily. It is used throughout the world to solve problems related to the environment, health care, land use, business efficiency, education, public safety, and more.
This year, BRCC will feature 10 students’ final projects, which consists of map layouts of layers designed for use in GIS. Students will also work together to create a campus wide map, which can be used for touring, recruitment, future campus planning, etc.
This event is free and open to the public.
For additional information on this event call 225-216-8087 or visit our website at www.mybrcc.edu.
Published :Thursday, Nov 03 2011