GIS Day and 8th Boston College GIS Contest
Join us for the 8th Annual Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Mapping Contest for members of the Boston College Community.
Submissions from all disciplines welcome! Win a prize for the best entry.
To enter see details for the GIS Contest
New: Sanburn Maps and GIS in Social Work
Sanborn Maps from Library of Congress. The Library of Congress has begun making the maps accessible on its website in a sheet-by-sheet format that will allow printing. By year’s end, more than 100,000 maps published prior to 1900 will be available online. They will join more than 1,200 pre- and post- 1900 maps that were previously scanned and made available online. Read more in the LC Magazine p. 20
COSA Emerging Scholar
Current Articles about GIS
Boston College supports the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in teaching, research and administrative projects. GIS is a database management system for capture, storage, retrieval, analysis, and display of spatial data and related information.
To request a GIS class presentation or GIS consultation for a research project contact:
The GIS Team will work with faculty members to customize GIS integration into courses and support research projects. Support includes identifying GIS data, assistance in developing maps for course material, overview and demonstration of ArcGIS software and hands on workshops for smaller groups of students.