GIS technology provides the education community with tools to develop a greater understanding of our world through geospatial data analysis. With GIS, students and faculty can integrate and evaluate data from many sources to develop new theories and knowledge. This helps prepare students to meet the demands of the twenty-first-century workforce, whether they are involved in science, government, or business.
Libraries, museums, schools, and universities are also increasingly using GIS for resource management, facilities management, and advanced research.
Learn how education organizations benefit from the use of geographic analysis and GIS.