Centralized database management and GIS work together to provide a cost-effective way to deliver high quality data and deployment options for faculty, students, and administrators in every department on campus.
Campuses also benefit from using GIS for student recruiting, alumni tracking, emergency preparedness and response, facilities management, and campus mapping.
Facilities managers can make better use of campus resources by using GIS to plan and maintain data on room capacities, available times, and technology infrastructure. Schools can then serve campus maps publicly on the Web, or via an intranet.
These stories and demonstrations show how higher education institutions are using GIS for campus administration.
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