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GIS for Beginners: Introductory Geographic Information Systems Concepts and Hands-on Exercises

Reviewed by: Michelle M. Thompson, Visiting Scholar, Cornell University Department of City and Regional Planning, USA
Review posted 23 May 2005
Review No. 41

CD-ROM Information

Content: Presents introductory information on geographic information systems (GIS), and clear examples of how GIS can be useful to local governments, communities, and individuals.
Publication Date: 1 June 2001
Audience: Novice GIS professionals and/or students; practitioners and community partners interested in GIS

Size: 380 MB
Price: US$10 ICIMOD member countries, US$15 developing countries, US$20 developed countries
Manual needed: Yes
How to order:

Order by mail:
Shiva Hari Khatri
Distribution Assistant of ICIMOD
P.O. Box 3226
Kathmandu
Nepal

E-Mail: distri@icimod.org.np
Tel: +977 1 552 5313, 553 6747
Fax: +977 1 552 4509

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Review Summary

The GIS for Beginners CD-ROM, produced by the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD), provides tools and techniques for understanding the theories and applications of geographic information systems (GIS).

The best part of this course is the integration with free software programs that will support learning after the course has been completed. This type of learning resource can be very effective in expanding the use of technologies and bridging the technological divide.

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