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GIS Resources

This page contains a variety of resources for teachers and students. It includes information regarding GIS found on the Internet.

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GIS Data

GIS Reference Lists

GIS Companies

  • AutoDesk
    Autodesk - The PC Design Software Leader
    (http://www.autodesk.com/)
    Main home page for Autodesk, Inc., the world's leading supplier of advanced PC design tools, including AutoCAD, AutoCAD LT, Autodesk Inventor, Mechanical Desktop, and Autodesk MapGuide.

  • ESRI GIS
    ESRI - The GIS Software Leader, Because Geography Matters (http://www.esri.com/)
    ESRI is the world leader in GIS (geographic information system) software and technology. This site features free GIS software, online mapping and GIS training, demos, data, product and service information, user scripts, and much more.

  • GE Smallworld Spatial Technologies
    GE Smallworld (http://www.gepower.com/dhtml/network_solutions/en_us/gis_solutions/index.jsp)

  • Intergraph
    Computer Graphics - Intergraph Corporation
    (http://www.intergraph.com/)

  • MapInfo
    MapInfo (http://www.mapinfo.com/)

GIS Dictionaries

 

 

Parts of this list originally compiled by Curt Johnson of the NC Geodetic Survey (2000) for use by the North Carolina State Univeristy GIS in Education students. Edited, annotated, and added to by Shannon White in April 2002.

 

 

 

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