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June 2011

Join Fellow Educators at the 11th Annual Esri Education User Conference

Featured Speakers to Discuss New Initiatives in GIS Education

Whether you are an educator who teaches GIS or uses it as an instructional aid or an administrator who uses the technology to manage logistics, there will be much to see, do, and learn at the Esri Education User Conference (EdUC).

The largest event of its kind, EdUC offers technical sessions and hands-on workshops that provide unique learning and networking opportunities that will help you and your school, university, museum, library, or other educational organization extend your use of GIS. This year, the event will be held July 9-12 at the San Diego Marriott Marquis & Marina.

David DiBiase
David DiBiase, recently named the director of Esri's education team, will talk about new initiatives in the Esri education community.

"Attending the Esri International User Conference and EdUC renewed my passion for my work. It was very inspiring to meet so many people with similar interests and goals," said Rachel Kornak, GIS manager/instructor at the University of Michigan and Pennsylvania State University.

Highly anticipated each year by Esri's education community, attendees include university professors, secondary school teachers, college and high school administrators, librarians, museum professionals, and the many others that use GIS in their academic careers to facilitate geospatial thinking.

This year's featured speakers include

Registration for EdUC includes all scheduled sessions and workshops; the Hands-on Learning Lab; the EdUC EXPO; the EdUC Lounge; a welcome social; the Academic GIS Program Fair; and the first two days of the Esri International User Conference, a gathering of over 10,000 GIS professionals from around the world. Learn more and register today.

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