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Higher education events

Various datesAPPA eventsVirtual and in-person
July 15–19, 2024Esri User ConferenceSan Diego, CA
July 30–August 1, 2024Campus FM Technology Association Annual ConferencePasadena, CA
October 22–24, 2024Esri Infrastructure Management and GIS ConferencePalm Springs, CA

Upcoming webinars

Spatial Statistics with Machine Learning and AI

Date: May 14, 2024

Time: 11:00 am (PT)

Location: Virtual

Cost: No cost

 In the final installment of the advanced analysis webinar series, discover how spatial statistics can take your GIS to the next level with tools to analyze spatial distributions, patterns, processes, and relationships. 

Get an overview of the spatial statistics toolbox, including tools to analyze patterns, map clusters, measure geographic distributions, and model spatial relationships. Presenters will use real-world examples to show you how these tools can help you better understand your data and interpret results.

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Past proceedings

  • A person outdoors using a laptop resting on a haybale beside a large gray drone at rest

    Optimizing drone mapping in teaching and research

    Site Scan for ArcGIS is the end-to-end, cloud-based drone mapping software that revolutionizes imagery data collection, processing, and analysis.
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    Esri Education Summit


    The Esri Education Summit provides a forum for members of the education community to come together and share their GIS experiences and knowledge.
  • A collage of lidar, 3D, and digital maps

    Imagery and Remote Sensing Educators Summit


    Join imagery, remote sensing, and higher education professionals as they discuss challenges and share research results.
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    All Esri event proceedings


    View the recordings from previous Esri conferences such as the Developer Summit, Geodesign Summit, and more.

Past webinars

  • A map with different sections of land highlighted in purple, pink, orange, and yellow

    Using spatial data science to advance knowledge


    Learn how spatial data science techniques are used to find clusters, quantify trends, and test predictions in large and complex datasets.
  • A collage with images of a map highlighting sea lanes and a person standing in front of a projector screen in a classroom overlaid on a map

    Teaching Web-Based Modern GIS


    University faculty members discuss their experiences using modern GIS tools and methods in the classroom.
  • A brightly-lit modern classroom with rows of college students studying and sharing papers and books

    ArcGIS Notebooks for teaching spatial data science


    Discover how to use ArcGIS Notebooks to teach Python scripting and best practices for performing spatial data science workflows.
  • A historic university campus with brick and stone buildings and wide green tree-lined lawns beneath a blue sky

    Leveraging indoor GIS on campus

    Webinar series

    Learn how a leading university deployed ArcGIS Indoors and is now leveraging it for efficient routing and to manage day-to-day operations.
  • Two people in slacks and collared shirts discussing a computer display in a brightly-lit office

    Modern GIS is Web GIS


    This webinar will feature university faculty who have moved their courses to a web GIS framework discussing their successes and challenges.
  • A teacher in mid-speech facing a group of students in a large modern classroom

    Spatial data science and geovisualization


    Learn how to incorporate geovisualization analytics into your courses and equip your students to solve problems with spatial data science.
  • A burst map of the eastern United States showing connections between many locations with lines in blue, pink, and purple

    Improving Outcomes in Supply Chain Management


    Learn how to incorporate location intelligence into your courses and equip your students to solve supply chain and distribution challenges.
  • A portion of a map showing coastal land in brown relief overlaid with transparent purple and blue and dispersed glowing red dots

    Moving curriculum and courses to a modern GIS


    Explore resources to help update your course material, learn how other educators have successfully updated their curricula, and more.
  • A lakeside city landscape with a bridge lit up for nighttime, inset with a 3D city model

    Beyond land use maps


    Hear faculty members discuss their use of modern GIS tools in urban and regional planning courses.
  • An aerial view of a sunlit modern university campus beside a photo of a person accessing graphs and maps on two monitors against an abstract orange background

    Digitally transform campus operations with ArcGIS

    Webinar series

    GIS creates smart campuses by providing timely, accurate information and visualization and analytical tools to students, staff, and visitors.
  • A teacher listens to two adult students asking a question as they look at an open laptop in a bright sunlit modern classroom

    Integrating spatial data science into your course


    Learn about the core competencies of data science and how you can demonstrate analytical workflows that can help build them.
  • Four students seated in a row looking at spreadsheets of data at matching computer stations in a school computer lab

    Teaching Modern GIS: Faculty Panel


    Watch this panel discussion that highlights changes in GIS technology, methods, and skills, and how these changes apply to your curriculum.
  • A collage with two photos of students using online maps in brightly lit classrooms and four colorful maps on an abstract blue background

    Imagery and Remote Sensing in Higher Education

    Webinar series

    Esri's education outreach team discusses various higher education imagery and remote sensing topics for educators, researchers, and students.
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    Experiences in teaching spatial data science


    Academic representatives share their experiences, the challenges they faced, and advice on teaching and running spatial data science programs.
  • A dark map marked and highlighted in colors of beige, green, blue, and purple

    Exploring Communities Through an Equity Lens


    Learn about resources that are available at no cost to help scholars and students apply GIS methods to the study of racial equity.

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